permit

[ verb per-mit; noun pur-mit, per-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF permit
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERMIT

May Heaven bless you, and permit us to meet again in another world, if not in this!

We can not permit ourselves to be narrowed and dwarfed by slogans and phrases.

You permit your heart (little did I think it was such a froward one) to recoil.

By the law of God it could not be so annulled as to permit of the re-marriage of the parties.

If we permit our economy to drift and decline, the vulnerable will suffer most.

This will permit the bird to be spread apart, as in Fig. 25.

But the older man would not permit the assertion to go uncontradicted.

Now, after such a proof of her goodness, could he permit her to suffer so much grief?

Will you permit me now to introduce you to your prudent friend and your fair enemy?

Meanwhile, I see as little of him as good breeding will permit.

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