Thursday, 24 April 2014



1. (trans.) to permit (to do something); let
2. (trans.) to set aside
3. (trans.) to let enter or stay
4. (trans.) to acknowledge or concede (a point, claim, etc.)
5. (trans.) to let have; grant  
6. (intr.) followed by “for” . to take into account
7. (intr.) often followed by “of” . to permit; admit
8. (trans.; may take a clause as object) (US, dialect) to assert; maintain
9. (trans.) (archaic) to approve; accept

All the ingredients
To allow an escape:
A door, a boat,
A demon perhaps

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