Thesaurus / make

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

But the birds are not as helpless as the flowers, and are able to make their own nests.
CONFIDENCESEDITH B. LOWRY
If not in the Government plan the secretary would under-take to make such a map.
The commander does not, as yet, make a selection of one course of action in preference to another.
SOUND MILITARY DECISIONU.S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
The exigencies of the solar system may make it impossible for the sun to be always there, but it should be around when wanted.
Perhaps I shall be able to justify it, and make my meaning clearer too, if I give an account of my own feelings about music.
ARTCLIVE BELL
The common serpent was unknown to us; but with our voices alone we managed to make a formidable noise.
Well, since you went, things have come to pass that make me doubt.
It placed a little capital at his disposal, and capital is the one thing needed to make a fair start in anything in this country.
ROGUES AND VAGABONDSGEORGE R. SIMS
I have now a proposal to make to you, Cecilia—and I have little doubt that you will accept it.
THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON, V. 1/4GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS
Now, clean-ness, or neat-ness, is one of the elements that make hypocoristic terms (or terms of endearment) applicable.
OPUSCULAROBERT GORDON LATHAM

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