Thesaurus / make way
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He is just turning about to make way for the cavalcade, when the knight draws rein.
VAN DYCKESTELLE M. HURLL
"Babe, I think you will have to make way for Teddy," the doctor said, laughing.
TEDDY: HER BOOKANNA CHAPIN RAY
I have a presentiment that I am doomed to make way for Fanny Glover.
MRS. CRADDOCKW. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
She would put up a new fence if he chose to make way for it.
"Make way," said the rough fellows: they saw he was one of those who had the best right to be there.
The snowdrop and crocus had long ago hid their faces to make way for more ambitious rivals.
But they seemed to make way for her with a sort of obeisance.
AN AMBITIOUS WOMANEDGAR FAWCETT
So dense is the rush that it is hard to make way against it, eastward.
COMRADE YETTAALBERT EDWARDS
"Knock at that door," commanded the masked figure in red, stepping aside to make way for Franz and his companion.
He's asked me over 'n' over ag'in, when he come to, not to make way with myself, but I never'd answer.
OLD CROWALICE BROWN

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