made[ meyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF made
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MADE
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?
Has he then made you believe that he would divorce Hipparete?
The poor dog heard the tumult, and leapt to your aid, sir, and we made after him.
The commencement of a law and parliamentary library has been made.
It was this refusal which made Halbert discontented and unhappy.
John made a helpless gesture, and at a renewed call, went indoors.
The purpose of his going thus far with them made itself evident.
Almost every Barbarian at the table had made his own fortune.