Makes [verb]

Definition of Makes:

create, build

Opposite/Antonyms of Makes:

Sentence/Example of Makes:

The Seven-score and four on the six middle Bells, the treble leading, and the tenor lying behind every change, makes good Musick.

It seems to be a true instinct which comes before education and makes education possible.

Sometimes necessity makes an honest man a knave: and a rich man a honest man, because he has no occasion to be a knave.

On four bells there are four times as many changes as on three; that is—four times six changes, which makes Twenty-four.

On three bells are three times as many changes as there are on two; that is—three times two changes, which makes six.

This will often save the foliage from drying up, a happening which makes the plants rather unsightly.

The conception of the relation of this institution with them as co-operative makes headway slowly.

It was one of those long moments that makes a fellow draw his breath sharp when he thinks about it afterward.

I asked him to tell me how he produced a certain effect he makes in his arrangement of the ballad in Wagner's Flying Dutchman.

He will tell you about the success he had in America; it quite makes up for the defeat of the British army in the Revolution.