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What to do: Listen to your body when you feel tired or drained and make time for rest and extra sleep.

For he can always lose himself in the act of writing and make time vanish.

December 9: Newt, now the frontrunner, continues to make time to make money.

Whenever she was in London—staying always at the Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane—she would make time to see them.

Because manually transferring one entire network to another site is a project most users would never make time for.

The life imposed on the tenement-house mother does not make time an element in adjustment of her day, still less of her week.

Here was where we could make time, and here the Tree People gave up and returned to their forest.

"She knows perfectly well she's going to make time," thought Val, and then—oh, dear!

Afterwards, we'll take a few photographs and then throw this ship into high and really make time.

They make time the sleeping partner of their lives to accomplish what ought to be achieved by their own will.

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On this page you'll find 224 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to make time, such as: barrel, bolt, bustle, dart, dash, and flash.

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

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