permitting

[ verb per-mit; noun pur-mit, per-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF permitting
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The liberality of one who has much, in permitting one who has nothing to get all that he can.

He obeyed his instincts, permitting the will of his organism to lead him.

"I am afraid I made a mistake in permitting the conference," he said.

The Doctor frowned at the servant for permitting the interruption.

Garrison was up on a mount he had been accused of permitting to win last year.

In short, all I did to please her soured her, God so permitting it.

Let us ask ourselves what the blind can do, and then, how much of this are we permitting them to do?

Duplay saw through the suggestion, but he had no objection to permitting a consultation.

He accused him of being a nuisance to men by crowing in the nighttime and not permitting them to sleep.

By permitting himself to do this, he showed that he had never loved Lucretia.

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