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Population booms in those countries caused the clear-cutting of forest to make room for people and their farms.

The Constitution was written in broad terms precisely to make room for its meaning to evolve over time.

To make room for these plantations, vast areas of rainforest are felled, which leads to primary and secondary loss of species.

When Hayei Sarah is read, these restrictions are often tightened, taking away more rights to make room for the festival weekend.

They are being forced into open air prisons to make room for Israel's wall, religiously-exclusive housing, and armories.

At the latter date all artists were obliged to vacate the Sorbonne ateliers to make room for some new department of instruction.

She worked about ten years, and was then thrown out to make room for a new and larger engine for our saw-mills.

Some of these are gone—pulled down to make room for shops—and doubtless many more will shortly go the same way.

Out of the devil's mouth issues a label with the words, "Make room for Sir Robert."

The bones of St. Lawrence moved in their grave to make room for those of another saint.


On this page you'll find 101 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to make room, such as: accommodate, attune, comply, coordinate, fit, and harmonize.

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