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1. allot

verb. ['əˈlɑːt'] give out.

Synonyms

  • assign
  • reserve
  • portion
  • dole out
  • shell out
  • dish out
  • mete out
  • parcel out
  • deal
  • dispense
  • deal out
  • appropriate
  • administer
  • allocate
  • earmark
  • distribute
  • lot
  • apportion
  • allow

Antonyms

  • promote
  • forfeit
  • improperness
  • impropriety

Etymology

  • aloter (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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Rhymes with Allot

  • konsultat
  • montserrat
  • vancott
  • qiryat
  • marcott
  • kiryat
  • forgot
  • boitnott
  • squat
  • sprott
  • sadat
  • refaat
  • perrott
  • minot
  • massat
  • malott
  • lamott
  • labatt
  • demott
  • cannot
  • batat
  • ascott
  • trott
  • trot
  • swat
  • surat
  • stott
  • staat
  • spot
  • slott

How do you pronounce allot?

Pronounce allot as əˈlɑt.

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How to spell allot? Is it allait? Or alot? Common misspellings are:

  • allait
  • alot

Sentences with allot


1. Preposition or subordinating conjunction
However, allot extensive time to organizing all articles and building your reference pages.

2. Verb, base form
Make sure to allot some time post-ride to relieve the lactic acid buildup from the ride.

3. Adverb
Slide the canes 3 to 7 inches into the soil, and allot one pot to each cane.

4. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
With both, make sure you allot time for warm-up and cooldown.”

2. allot

verb. ['əˈlɑːt'] allow to have.

Synonyms

  • grant
  • give
  • enfranchise

Antonyms

  • disenfranchise
  • communicativeness
  • good fortune
  • bad luck

Etymology

  • aloter (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. allot

verb. ['əˈlɑːt'] administer or bestow, as in small portions.

Synonyms

  • dole out
  • portion
  • deal out
  • administer
  • distribute
  • assign
  • deal
  • lot
  • shell out
  • give
  • dish out
  • mete out
  • parcel out
  • reallot
  • apply

Antonyms

  • misfortune
  • good luck
  • success
  • disorganise

Etymology

  • aloter (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
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