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Synonyms for afford

have the money for

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bear

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Synonyms for afford

to make (something) readily available

Synonyms for afford

be able to spare or give up

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be the cause or source of

afford access to

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It is oblong - some thirty feet in length and twenty-five in breadth - a shape affording the best(ordinary) opportunities for the adjustment of furniture.
I speak of affording some clue to his connexions, or to where he came from, or to anything concerning him.
So the country is frequently affording solitary examples of resistance to the government, solitary nullifiers, who throw themselves on their reserved rights; nay, who have reserved all their rights; who reply to the assessor and to the clerk of court that they do not know the State, and embarrass the courts of law by non-juring and the commander-in-chief of the militia by non-resistance.
To them it is only a moment affording opportunities to undermine a rival and obtain an extra cross or ribbon.
The improvement across all income groups indicates that the economic recovery is not only reaching upper-income Americans, but it also seems to be benefitting those with lower incomes, at least when it comes to affording food.
This software allows Homebridge to process loans with unprecedented speed while also affording its customers specifically tailored loan options.
The talks should emphasize the fundamental principles of affording a college education.
These practices include: 1) limiting written disclosures to information contained in official personnel files; 2) limiting oral comments to information that is essentially coextensive with the information contained in official personnel files;(20) 3) affording employees regular and documented feedback on their performance; and 4) affording all employees procedural due process (i.
Ingeniously renewing the tension between contradictory properties and thus affording an epiphany of their relationship, Kapoor suggests that each property disputes the other, seems even determined to eliminate it, though they depend on each other.
Filled with practical "MatriMoney Tips" and real life "Loving Moments," the book tackles financial topics including setting up a budget, buying a first home and affording a family.
Single-parent households also report greater difficulty affording food than do unmarried and single adults who do not have children.