allow of


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Translations

w>allow of

vi +prep objzulassen
References in classic literature ?
But as soon as the mule was near enough to the pillory to allow of its rider recognizing the victim, the priest dropped his eyes, beat a hasty retreat, spurred on rigorously, as though in haste to rid himself of humiliating appeals, and not at all desirous of being saluted and recognized by a poor fellow in such a predicament.
His professional engagements did not allow of his being put off, but both father and daughter were disturbed by its happening so.