Thesaurus / allows


Now in Dublin one allows a certain latitude, but in Downing Street!

Miss Corelli knows these things, of course, for they are patent to the world; but she allows zeal to run away with judgment.

My Contemporaries In FictionDavid Christie Murray

But she allows me to love her—and that carries me a long way.

A small spring, U, keeps the ends of the pieces apart and allows the free turning of the axle until the brake lever is drawn.

God does not forget even the poor prisoners, but allows them to have a sight of his wondrous works.

This allows me free access to him at any time, and to other people in authority, which gives me power for good.

The special deflectometer shown in Fig. 31 allows closer reading, as it magnifies the deflection ten times.

Dr Buckland allows that the circumstances of the incarceration of his Toads were not natural.

It also allows the sun's rays to produce their full effect on the soil and plants.

“Poor Vatel,” is the extent to which Madame de Svign allows herself to go in sympathy.

French ClassicsWilliam Cleaver Wilkinson


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