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Make sense   /meɪk sɛns/   Listen
Make sense

verb
1.
Be reasonable or logical or comprehensible.  Synonym: add up.






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"Make sense" Quotes from Famous Books



... not the Judaisers branded in verse 2, who were teachers seeking to draw away the Philippians, while these others seem to have been 'enemies of the Cross of Christ,' not by open hostility nor by theoretical errors, but by practical worldliness, and that in these ways; they make sense their God, they are proud of what is really their disgrace, namely, they are shaking off the restraints of morality; and, most black though it may seem least so, they 'mind earthly things' on which thought, ...
— Expositions Of Holy Scripture - Volume I: St. Luke, Chaps. I to XII • Alexander Maclaren



Words linked to "Make sense" :   be, add up



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