administer or bestow, as in small portions
dole out some money
the machine dispenses soft drinks
administer critical remarks to everyone present
deal a blow to someone
shell out pocket money for the children
How To Use deal out In A Sentence
- Proceed to deal out a second row of ten cards underneath the first, playing suitable ones as before, playing _also from the upper row_, and refilling spaces subject to Rule III. Lady Cadogan's Illustrated Games of Solitaire or Patience New Revised Edition, including American Games
- I don't make a big deal out of them calling me by my first name, but it's just kind of exasperating since if I was an older looking man like the other professor I highly doubt they would call me by my first name or assume I was a TA. Emails to undergrads
- Where my neighbours run a grow-op and deal out of their house. Boarding the House | Her Bad Mother
- (Asked on NBC after the race if that streak had "gnawed" at him, Pletcher answered, "not as much as everybody else who made a big deal out of it" — but by then we'd been hooked on his saga.) Kentucky Derby show has winners across board
- I had various upgrades added and managed to screw a good deal out of them.
- Adolescents have had a raw deal out of a government which heaps expectations on them which they can't meet.
- It is the duty of a judge to deal out justice.
- The companies that claim this will kill innovation are making a big deal out of nothing.
- The idea of maximin relative concession is that each bargainer will be most concerned with the concessions that she makes from her ideal outcome relative to the concessions that others make.
- In a cursory survey of life it is obvious that a vast number of species spanning most kingdoms and phyla have features that are teleologically designed to deal out disease and/or death.