make[ meyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF make
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAKE
I believe he has given the Athenians philtres to make them love him.
A gentle strain of music, scarcely audible, seemed to make reply.
You know that Milbrey girl must get her effrontery direct from where they make it.
He seemed to make a strong effort to check some sudden impulse.
It looks as if the dew was on it; but the tears will not make it grow again—will they?
Did he tell you how to make a lovely asparagus short-cake or something?
He was of the make that wears unbending hope as its birthright.
But the Lacedæmonians make it a rule never to speak of danger from their slaves.
It takes a man with some of the brains your pa had to make the game pay now.
Do this up to the limit of your capital and I will make good anything you lose.