GNU Webster's 1913
- v. to treat with much consideration,, attention, or fondness; to value highly.
- n. to treat as something of especial value or worth.
“So stiff-necked a man, so obstinate, so unclerical -- so determined to make much of little!”
“But the luncheons could not overcome the basic disagreementswhich Caseys presence, if nothing else, only helped to make even widerand they were convened too infrequently to make much of a difference.”
“Wives it would be hard to make much of Mrs. Andrew Marvell.”
“What I'm trying to say is, your basic religion doesn't seem to make much of a difference to your belief (or lack of it) in the things that are more in my bailiwick, which is any kind of contact with the dead.”
‘to make much of’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for to make much of.