no allowance

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  • You make no allowance for -- for some possible good in every one. Cited from The Mysterious Rider, by Zane Grey
  • No allowance is given for a man who already had a wife.
  • It would make no allowance at all for people of strong religious experiences. Cited from To Infidelity and Back, by Henry F. Lutz
  • This is one thing which we did not understand -- had made no allowance for. Cited from Herland [for Mother's Day], Charlotte P. Gilman
  • Yet the men don't make no allowance for that -- not they. Cited from The Farringdons, by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler
  • With this kind of food there is no allowance of bread, nor is any necessary. Cited from Essays, by Benjamin Rumford
  • He made no allowances for his Southern fellow-citizens, as many of them would make none for him. Cited from The Earth Trembled, by E.P. Roe
  • But there is one task-master who knows no mercy and makes no allowances. Cited from The Slave Of The Lamp, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • If no allowance was made, a mature older horse would always beat a younger one.
  • I make you no allowance of any sort, I pay you by the strict agreement. Cited from Shearing in the Riverina, by Rolf Boldrewood
  • This is not London, and your father will make no allowances. Cited from The Three Black Pennys, by Joseph Hergesheimer
  • At your present age there would be no allowance. Cited from Salthaven, by W. W. Jacobs
  • It made no allowance for what happens when a mad dog starts running through the world. Cited from Out To Win, by Coningsby Dawson
  • To him they seemed unjust, because they were hard and fast, and made no allowance for circumstances. Cited from Ginx's Baby, A Satire, by Edward Jenkins?
  • For all these things people make no allowances. Cited from France in the Nineteenth Century, by Elizabeth Latimer
  • For as long as one side will make no allowances, the other will be brought to no acknowledgments. Cited from The Poetical Works Of Alexander Pope, Vol 1, Pope
  • Being indoors, no allowance is necessary for wind, light or other changes.
  • He makes no allowance for any residual weight they may have. Cited from The Gospels in the Second Century, by William Sanday
  • If the party in office changed the figure is re-calculated, but no allowance is made for changes after the general election.
  • He made no allowance for the varying nature of the seasons. Cited from The Explorers of Australia and their Life-work, by Ernest Favenc
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