- 1) Simple past tense and past participle of allow.
- 1) Spoken out loud.
- 2) Audibly, as opposed to silent, as in speaking aloud rather than thinking thoughts privately.
- 3) With a loud voice, or great noise; loudly; audibly.
- 4) With use of the voice; orally.
- 5) In a loud tone; loudly.
- 6) With a loud voice or great noise; loudly.
- 7) Audibly; with the natural tone of the voice as distinguished from whispering: as, he has a severe cold and can hardly speak aloud.
- 1) This approach also allows users to benefit from predictable technology budgeting and simpler administration.
- 2) The network also allows for videoconferencing facilities.
- 3) He also feels conflicted about allowing the fact he is a father to have an impact on his job.
- 4) Successive governments allowed this to happen.
- 5) Please allow up to 60 days for delivery.
- 6) The practice is legal, although suppliers are not allowed to advertise.
- 7) It has a very wide flight envelope, which allows a huge amount of manoeuvres.
- 8) Why is the Government allowing this to happen?
- 9) We were not allowed to talk about the war.
- 10) Please do not allow emotion to enter into your deliberation.
- 11) This will also allow you to avoid the new caller display charge.
- 12) It frowns on anything that could have cost silly amounts without allowing for personal ingenuity and cunning.
- 13) You wonder how we allowed it to happen.
- 14) Members of reputable associations are not allowed to advertise individually.
- 15) This has led to appalling legal complications about who is allowed to represent whom.
- 16) Please allow me to go my own way.
- 17) They would also allow former editors on the panel.
- 18) Why do you allow this to happen?
- 19) It also allows you to advertise for your ideal purchase.
- 20) Please allow a septuagenarian science writer to clarify.
- 21) It may also allow coaches to improve the power of serves.
- 22) We know we cannot allow that to happen again.
- 23) Government proposals would remove restrictions on websites that allow vendors to advertise direct to the public.
- 24) It also allows him to be more sociable.
- 25) We elected the politicians who allowed this to happen.
- 26) The perception is that we're not allowed to talk about it.
- 27) Roll out to a thickness of about 5mm and allow to cool.
- 28) Please allow up to 28 days for delivery.
- 29) Things to bear in mind: for some lenders there is a minimum amount you are allowed to overpay.
- 30) NI contributions would better cover benefits if employers paid in a decent amount and allowed the employee to do the same.
- 31) Cover the base and sides of the dish with long sheets of pasta, allowing a nice amount to hang over each side.
- 32) I wonder if those in Government allow their data to be exported in this way.
- 33) Which notwithstanding being first allowed for private devotion, they were by little and little brought into the use of the church, _permitted rather than allowed_ to be sung before and after sermons; afterwards printed and bound up with the
- 34) • Once the password has been accepted, a message will show if connection has been established or not, in which case a reason will be given (for example, the site may have reached its maximum number of users allowed at a time, in which case the message \ "No more users allowed\" appears).
- 35) But I am not allowed � no, �allowed� is not right word � I am�" she clapped her gloved hands together, struggling to find the right word, "I am almost not allowed to be friend with hotel guest."
- 36) At present ten is the term allowed for afterthought; and when the regulation was made, all the men of abilities were invited to give their opinion whether it were better to abrogate or modify it.
- 37) His title allowed him to be arrogant and self-assured.
- 38) Her visit had been lengthened beyond the term allowed; now she must obey the summons without further delay.
- 39) Caesar in the interest of the Gauls and to see about the term allowed him for leadership had to leave Gaul and return to Rome.
- 40) The term allowed by the Diet (April 15) passed by unnoticed.
- 41) On the last morning of the term allowed him for reflection he received that hurried note from Rickman, who had flung all his emotions into one agonized line, "For God's sake wire me what you mean to do."
- 42) Four days comprise the term allowed for an answer.
- 1) Nor are they taught to read poetry aloud in schools.
- 2) Last week viewers saw her fighting back tears as a letter from her mum was read out aloud.
- 3) A delightful tale to read aloud with adorable characters.
- 4) Saying aloud the name of my home for the first time since arriving in Australia was like opening a release valve.
- 5) The rhythmic text of this delightful tale is great for reading aloud.
- 6) It was almost comforting to say it aloud.
- 7) Wulfgar threw back his head and laughed aloud.
- 8) He is coming towards the end of media commitments and beginning to think aloud.
- 9) We wonder aloud about how women pastors do ministry differently than men.
- 10) He felt like laughing aloud just to see the life come back into her eyes.
- 11) Father and mother laughed aloud with delight.
- 12) After some moments he laughed aloud and slowed until they rode side by side.
- 13) Remember to say his name aloud.
- 14) All at once she laughed aloud.
- 15) To enjoy it to the full, you need to hear it read aloud.
- 16) History has all the best stories, and the best histories are more compelling heard aloud.
- 17) It may well be true that he was ill-advised to think aloud as he did.
- 18) If granted time, politicians need to loosen their dreary discipline and think aloud.
- 19) I heard him say one thing quite aloud.
- 20) I wondered aloud to her how she managed to make people angry with her.
- 21) Already the Czechs are wondering aloud why any new treaty should be binding on nations that have not yet joined the euro.
- 22) Say them aloud, slowly, lovingly.
- 23) He has more than 1,000 journals filed away but rarely read: they are just his way of thinking aloud.
- 24) Say that sentence aloud.
- 25) While it is the sheer physicality of Mr. Hurt's performance that impresses most—he totters about the stage with the squeaky-shoed grace of the music-hall clowns that Beckett loved—you will be no less stunned by the sound of his creaky, rusty voice, which suggests a hermit who never has occasion to speak a word aloud for months at a time.
- 26) Then he would say his name aloud and remind her a man did not choose his name.
- 27) My mother kept the home fires burning, though Thailand, like Vietnam, is so miserably hot that just saying the phrase aloud makes me sweaty.
- 28) Saying her name aloud brought everything back in a rush.
- 29) My mother had never even said the word aloud to me, always just calling it “the facility.”
- 30) She was still out, although no one had said a word about her empty chair at the dinner table, as if saying her name aloud would make her absence more real.
- 31) He whispered her name aloud in the dark room, and closed his eyes, trying to imagine what the rest of his life would be without her in it.
- 32) ‘Proud of himself and unable to contain his joy, he began to read the letter aloud.’
- 33) ‘It's an error in judgment so colossal that it can't even be whispered aloud.’
- 34) ‘A mantra is the name of a sacred deity or a sacred phrase that you repeat silently or aloud.’
- 35) ‘The letter was addressed to Monteagle but it was read out aloud by his servant.’
- 36) ‘She didn't just show it to her, she ended up reading it all aloud and was rewarded with the first real chuckle we've had from her for weeks.’
- 37) ‘Another prisoner produced a bullhorn and read aloud a statement in English.’
- 38) ‘They wrote essays, or lectures, or sermons and they read them aloud.’
- 39) ‘She read aloud with a passion and urgency that eclipsed everything else around her.’
- 40) ‘Then a bell sounded as the name of each crew member and passenger was read aloud.’
- 41) ‘I was the one who read aloud the award citation as it was presented to her, and my voice choked up a bit.’
- 42) ‘Read that out aloud and consider the assumptions behind that belief system.’
- 43) ‘Unlike most books, children's books have to read well aloud, and Pooh is a delight to read aloud.’
- 44) ‘After the break, we took turns getting up in front of the class to read something aloud.’
- 45) ‘This is meant to be read aloud with some drama and fun even if you're not an actor.’
- 46) ‘Morris's interest in journalism was sparked by his father who would read the London newspapers aloud.’
- 47) ‘I can even get it to read my e-mail aloud to me, or documents that I have dictated, while I check them.’
- 48) ‘I used to read it aloud to my little brother, and we'd collapse into helpless laughter.’
- 49) ‘He performs his poems and children join in, writing their own poetry or reading his aloud.’
- 50) ‘There was genuine consternation at the bar as the newspaper report was read aloud.’
- 51) ‘His voice was clear and pronounced, as though he were used to reading such things aloud.’
- 52) ‘He was humming the song aloud and loudly, louder in fact than any man would have hummed it had he expected to bump into another human being.’
- 53) ‘She wept aloud, the room filled with her cries of pain.’
- 54) ‘Miranda was weeping aloud with the infant in her arms, as was Alannis standing beside her young lord.’