GNU Webster's 1913
- v. to transfer the title of; to convey; to alienate.
“Then he commanded to make over all that was hers to me and they displayed her to me368 in her lodging.”
“+ A short prayer which Blessed Timothy used to make over those who returned from the communion of the Dyophysites.”
“When the flood began to make over the bar and to cover the long sandbank that stretches from the island of Saltes, the Nina came gliding in, greeted by every joyful sound and signal that the inhabitants of the two seaports could make.”
“The Emperor, who continued to have a great friendship for the Duke of Orleans, had offered several times to make over to him the Duchy of Milan.”
“The noble lady has bargained to make over to her confidante all her interest in Hervey's heart.”
“Eric Lefkofsky, who stands to make over $4 billion from Groupon's IPO, has made a career of starting and selling companies.”
“Then he proceeded to make over to the merchants in whose debt he was stuffs by way of payment for their arrears, giving him whose due was a thousand, stuffs worth two thousand or more; after which he fell to distributing to the poor and needy, whilst the King looked on with greedy eyes and could not hinder him; nor did he cease largesse till he had made an end of the seven hundred loads, when he turned to the troops and proceeded to apportion amongst them emeralds and rubies and pearls and coral and other jewels by handsful, without count, till the King said to him, Enough of this giving, O my son!”
“As far as I knew, Danilo might be scowling at his wife because she was begging him to stick a knife in me so she could have my green jacket to make over for Ivan and Zosha.”
“But, as it was impossible to govern properly so extensive an empire from so distant a capital, he found it advisable to make over the upper satrapies to Antiochus, his son, giving him Seleucia as his capital (293 B.C.).”
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