make allowance[ uh-lou-uhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF make allowance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAKE ALLOWANCE
But we must make allowance for these girds and gibes at Democracy, of which we have given a specimen.
No doubt as in the case of men, so in the case of women, we must make allowance for race and climate.
I can make allowance once in a while for the boys gettin' on a jamboree, but by Christmas!
It shan't appear again, or if it does, you will make allowance, won't you?
Confound it, I can make allowance, sir, if you'll tell me your deviation!
I was not offended, for I am the first to make allowance when rudeness is not intentional.
You will understand this, and I hope our readers will make allowance for it.
"I shall not make allowance," interrupted Mrs. Jasher angrily.
Vaucorbeil went on: "At least let us make allowance for abilities."
He is not what he used to be, gentlemen, you must make allowance for his infirmities.