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Synonyms for afford

have the money for

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bear

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to make (something) readily available

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be able to spare or give up

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be the cause or source of

afford access to

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As a matter of fact, health care is not a right afforded to every citizen in our country.
The duration of the protections afforded an individual invoking the right to counsel depends on which right is invoked.
Subsequent assignments have afforded me repeated exposure to the program, resulting in a body of work of which I am very fond.
No audit protection is afforded the taxpayer requesting the change.
"Holders of unsold shares" are also entitled to certain benefits afforded sponsors, such as the right to sell the unit to anyone without board approval.
With an endless number of ecclesial options on the Web, space is afforded to a wide variety of unofficial sites for Catholics and Protestants who may feel marginalized by some of their church's policies or teachings.
Taking advantage of lower interest rates and an anxious seller, Adrienne Hardy was able to buy a home a year ago that she probably could not have afforded a year earlier.
"The difference between me and George Bush will be the difference to gay and lesbian couples and individuals across this country--whether rights are afforded them or whether or not they are discriminated against."
It is extremely important that coverage is afforded during the period when the contractor is performing testing.
Nasche(5) ruled that a release form signed by an applicant for government employment afforded an absolute privilege against a defamation action, even if statements of the former employer were made maliciously.(6) Courts display a greater willingness to afford former employers absolute immunity where a person is applying for a law enforcement position for which the free flow of information may be especially important to ensure integrity and fitness for duty.
Under private security agreements, municipalities would possess considerably less control over their police force than afforded by the traditional public policing model.