make for in English

go in the direction of; attack; bring forward, assist

Use "make for" in a sentence

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1. What should I make for dinner?

2. Mom, what did you make for dinner?

3. That could make for a tough interview.

4. The plan might make for the friends.

5. No, happenstance will never make for beauty.

6. We make for the refuge of Helm's Deep.

7. Constant arguing doesn't make for a happy marriage.

8. Most visitors make for the eponymous central temple.

9. 4 No, happenstance will never make for beauty.

10. Here are the major components to make for Bibimbap…

11. Some have wide spools which make for longer casting.

12. This incident will make for better understanding between them.

13. + 14 Make for yourself an ark* from resinous wood.

14. I'll make for the door - cover me, will you?

15. Statistics on unemployment levels hardly make for scintillating reading.

16. Some of the Accouterments I make for my rifles

17. It does not make for your typical comic fare.

18. Having faster computers would make for a more efficient system.

19. It's getting late; we'd better turn and make for home.

20. Foam Cushions make for the ideal option for sofa Cushions

21. Crocheting and knitting make for more than just pleasant pastimes

22. There is no fate but what we make for ourselves.

23. Today's tourists naturally make for Dorchester and its surrounding villages.

24. That might make for excellent drama - but be prepared for it.

25. These are my patented special pancakes that I make for Alexis.

26. This reciprocal position did not make for sincerity and real understanding.

27. Baked Beans make for a perfect side dish to smoky ribs

28. Why didn't you make for Aeries when you escaped from prison?

29. What provision did God make for those who unintentionally killed someone?

30. They said psychoanalytic thinking could make for the betterment of society.

31. But the play's compassion and mordant comedy make for compelling viewing.

32. No Buckram and a heavy wash make for a soft, comfortable fit

33. Botanical prints make for a nice addition to rooms of various themes

34. 3 Elders have many advance preparations to make for the Memorial celebration.

35. A GOOD recipe and a good cook make for a good meal!

36. 6 What requital can we make for all his kindness to us?

37. Not actual Bridgeheads, but close enough to make for an adequate label

38. All right, but it's going to make for a one-sided conversation.

39. Badly recorded, Beatlesque song fragments may make for an interesting aesthetic statement.

40. Make for yourself an ark out of wood of a resinous tree.”

41. Hasdrubal was ordered by Carthage to make for Italy as soon as possible.

42. “The plans of the diligent one surely make for advantage.” —Proverbs 21:5.

43. The Bible says: “The plans of the diligent one surely make for advantage.”

44. What written provision did Jehovah make for members of “the Israel of God”?

45. The Blackbuck antelope, also known as Indian antelope, make for a great hunt

46. Pacifism , while a nice philosophy, doesn't make for the most dramatic action flick.

47. Both teams are on good form, which should make for a great game.

48. The great disparity between the teams did not make for an entertaining game.

49. With their smaller lookalike, the Sharp-shinned Hawk, Cooper’s Hawks make for famously tricky

50. You must not make for yourself a carved image and bow down to it.’