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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of afford.

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Examples

  • It [_affords not unbounded fruition] but_ it affords a scanty measure of enjoyment. "

    English Grammar in Familiar Lectures

  • To most persons, the title affords a slight clue to the drift of the book, which is to show the duty and the benefits of giving the tithe of a man's income to the Lord.

    The American Missionary — Volume 43, No. 04, April, 1889

  • The problem exists with your friendly local real estate lawyer dipping his fat little fingers into the mortgage and housing pool, mustering all the integrity his title affords to obtain reliance that the numbers and names he writes on a closing statement are real.

    Simple Justice

  • Though I think the new title affords you a wonderful opportunity to invent the term "Alchemechanic."

    Victor Gischler's Blogpocalypse

  • One advantage it affords is a “fire and forget” feature; because the missile has its own homing and guidance system, the pilot need not stay pointed at the target.

    The Last Ace

  • One advantage it affords is a “fire and forget” feature; because the missile has its own homing and guidance system, the pilot need not stay pointed at the target.

    The Last Ace

  • I'll enjoy hearing everyone's suggestions, but am especially interested in hearing from those who've lived in Mexico as the range of experiences that affords is so much greater.

    Your Three Mexico "Must Read" Books

  • I'll enjoy hearing everyone's suggestions, but am especially interested in hearing from those who've lived in Mexico as the range of experiences that affords is so much greater.

    Your Three Mexico "Must Read" Books

  • I'll enjoy hearing everyone's suggestions, but am especially interested in hearing from those who've lived in Mexico as the range of experiences that affords is so much greater.

    Your Three Mexico "Must Read" Books

  • (Though taking my word affords you the benefit of dealing with fewer therefores and reductios, not to mention a whole lot less Hebrew, Latin, and Arabic, respectively.)

    Andrew Pessin: A Room Without Rants: Where Reasonable Theists and Atheists Meet

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