- Originally nautical (Wiktionary)
“In 1933, demolition began in the original neighborhood, now referred to as Old Chinatown, to make way for the building of the opulent, Mission-style Union Station railroad terminal.”
“Convenor in-charge of a studies centre, who is hoping to become Director as she has been recently promoted as professor, had to make way for a recently-promoted professor.”
“In the darkened interior he could see where the radar and position-fixing consoles had been stacked on either side to make way for a complex array of electronic gadgetry surrounding an outsize computer screen.”
“Think what it was that Wolf Meynert said about the newts: that people would have to make way for them; and it would only be the salamanders that would create a world that was happy, unified and uniform ...”
“It could be seen from our strength and blazons that we were a royal fleet; and wolves make way for the lion.”
“You shall have Loughton this session if you'll promise to make way for me after the next election.”
“His name is associated with every old building that is torn down to make way for the modern structures demanded by a rapidly growing city, and with every hill or cave over or through which he might by any possibility have roamed, while the many points of interest which he wove into his stories, such as Holiday Hill, Jackson's Island, or Mark Twain Cave, are now monuments to his genius.”
“THREE WEEKS AFTER Etta Gorsich left town, human remains were found buried in the crawl space of a house being demolished two blocks away from hers to make way for yet another strip mall.”
“But it is the careless scattering of treasures, the marble bust knocked over on the floor to make way for some other statue, the grisaille drawing creased under a porcelain vase, which combine in these portraits to give us an overpowering sense of the profusion and wealth of the era.”
“Also an empty hotel in West Hempstead was recently razed by Mill Creek Residential Trust to make way for 150 apartments.”
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