- allow ► VERB 1) admit as legal or acceptable. 2) permit to do something. 3) (allow for) take into consideration when making plans or calculations. 4) provide or set aside for a particular purpose. 5) admit the truth of.DERIVATIVES allowable adjective allowably adverb allowedly adverb.ORIGIN Old French alouer, from Latin allaudare 'to praise' , reinforced by Latin allocare 'allocate' .
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Allowably — Al*low a*bly, adv. In an allowable manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
allowably — adverb see allowable … New Collegiate Dictionary
allowably — See allowable. * * * … Universalium
allowably — adverb In an allowable manner … Wiktionary
allowably — adv. permissibly, permittedly; legitimately … English contemporary dictionary
allowably — al·low·a·bly … English syllables
allowably — adverb in a permissible manner • Syn: ↑permissibly • Ant: ↑impermissibly (for: ↑permissibly) • Derived from adjective: ↑permissible ( … Useful english dictionary
allowable — adjective Date: 15th century permissible < allowable income tax deductions > • allowably adverb … New Collegiate Dictionary
allowable — allowableness, n. allowably, adv. /euh low euh beuhl/, adj. 1. that may be allowed; legitimate; permissible: an allowable tax deduction. n. 2. something, as an action or amount, that is allowed. 3. Ecol. See allowable cut. [1350 1400; ME < MF… … Universalium
álíefedlic — adj lawful, permissible, allowable; adv álíefedliclíce lawfully, allowably … Old to modern English dictionary