allowance must be made

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  • The kind reader will understand that allowance must be made for my brother. Cited from Bunch Grass, by Horace Annesley Vachell
  • Of course allowance must be made for a man in love. Cited from Lords of the North, by A. C. Laut
  • This was, perhaps, rather too much; but some allowance must be made for human feelings. Cited from Life Of Johnson, Volume 5, by Boswell
  • Much allowance must be made for the altered spirit of the times. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 11, No. 65, March, 1863, by Various
  • Something would remain uncertain, and some allowance must be made for good or ill will at Rome. Cited from Lectures on Modern history, by Baron John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton
  • Allowance must be made for the effect of this tradition when judgment is passed on the political activities of the period. Cited from Washington and His Colleagues, by Henry Jones Ford
  • In the use or reception of all evidence allowance must be made for the source from which it comes. Cited from The Life of Froude, by Herbert Paul
  • As none of them have suffered since, a certain allowance must be made for our nervous strain. Cited from Sight Unseen, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Some allowances must be made for the spirit of liberty. Cited from Autographs for Freedom, Volume 2 (of 2) (1854), by Various
  • Some allowance must be made to the warmth of your blood. Cited from Amelia Volume III, by Henry Fielding
  • Of course due allowance must be made for the fact that he is a Canuck. Cited from Brann The Iconoclast, William Cowper Brann
  • Of course due allowance must be made for the strong prejudice I have against any form of beard. Cited from The Darrow Enigma, by Melvin L. Severy
  • Due allowance must be made, and he would seek a more favorable opportunity for renewing the subject. Cited from Hubert's Wife, by Minnie Mary Lee
  • Large allowances must be made for those unhappy men. Cited from Fray Luis de Leo'n, by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly
  • Such a man always knows where and when allowances must be made for dull trade, and for cutting of prices. Cited from A Man of Samples, by Wm. H. Maher
  • Of course it was a bad shot; but some allowance must be made for the rocking of the boat. Cited from Left on Labrador, by Charles Asbury Stephens
  • Many other shades fire lighter or darker than when applied, and allowance must be made for them. Cited from The Story of Porcelain, by Sara Ware Bassett
  • When done without local anesthesia, allowance must be made for the reaction to the presence of the tube. Cited from Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy, by Chevalier Jackson
  • Again, in boiling potatoes, especially in the case of old ones, some little allowance must be made for the time of year. Cited from Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery, by A. G. Payne
  • Life isn't all logic, and allowances must be made. Cited from Leonora, by Arnold Bennett
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