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make good

verb as in arrive

verb as in cover

verb as in satisfy

verb as in square away

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Once again Warner Bros. would clearly define itself as “We make a certain kind of movie” or “We make good movies.”

The specialists constantly talk about the pressure they feel to make good matches.

Perhaps Kim Jong-un, worth a rumored—and ill-gotten—$5 billion, will dig into his own pockets to make good on a 30-year promise.

You fantasize about the day the child is returned to you, how you would make good on all of your previous failings.

But while the public looks poised to make good, the government is quietly quitting.

With the sum thus realized, I say, you propose to make good the losses which the bank has suffered by your improvidence?

But for whatever injury the maker of the check may have sustained the bank must make good.

She can make good bargains in his absence, and could carry on all his business perfectly well if she were left a widow.

I will rhyme it as I run along, and when I hesitate and can not make good sense and a perfect rhyme, well go to sleep.

Then they worked very carefully before they could make good spearheads.


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