Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: afforded
IPA transcription: [əf'ɔɹdəd]
Usage examples
  • A good illustration of this is afforded by space and time.
  • Food values are not measured by the pleasure afforded the palate.
  • The explanation afforded Mary more pleasure than she cared to show.
  • How, and when, and in what proportion shall aids of men and money be afforded?
  • At any rate, the excavations conducted there have afforded proof that it flourished in the prehistoric period.
  • Its presentation afforded an opportunity for the lecture upon affectation with which I was so especially edified.
  • He was certainly a very happy man, and afforded no occasion to have any complaint made of fortune on his account.
  • The details of his many voyages throughout the whole north of Brazil afforded him numerous subjects to talk about.
  • His failure was but proof that he needed more discipline, and thus afforded a reason for retaining the old methods.
  • To notice all the monastic schools of old that attained eminence would demand more space than can be afforded here.