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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MADE

Has he then made you believe that he would divorce Hipparete?

It cannot be denied that he has often made good use of his influence.

The best of his works is the Olympian Zeus, made at Elis after his exile.

But, my daughter, why is it that the commands of Phidias would have made you unhappy?

The commencement of a law and parliamentary library has been made.

John made a helpless gesture, and at a renewed call, went indoors.

The purpose of his going thus far with them made itself evident.

The poor dog heard the tumult, and leapt to your aid, sir, and we made after him.

It was this refusal which made Halbert discontented and unhappy.

He thinks you're dying to hear how he made the first thousand of himself.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Middle English maked, from Old English macod "made," past participle of macian "to make" (see make). Made up "invented" is from 1789; of minds, "settled, decided," from 1873. To be a made man is in Marlowe's "Faust" (1590). To have it made (1955) is American English colloquial.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MADE

bound

adjectiveobligated; destined
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