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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAKE TIME

It may only be that he has not time, or does not make time, to go over them in the day.

A mint is where they make money and I certainly do not make time.

Can't tell—unless it be to make time pass away after dinner.

When to make time to go on with her literary composition was the difficulty.

So, with the tide already half-ebbed, it was necessary for us to make time.

All matter business, Major; make time pass pleasant as well.

Perhaps if we make time we can get to it much sooner than we think.

We'll make time, even if we have to stay a day longer to do it.

I must make time to write to him to-morrow morning; it will just catch the mail.'

They could fire a locomotive, "ride a fly," or make time on the tick of the clock.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.