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allowable capable of being allowed; permissible.
allowance that which is allowed. [1/3 definitions]
Beguine a member of a lay Roman Catholic sisterhood of the Netherlands, first established in the twelfth century, that allowed women to keep their private property and revoke their vows whenever they wished.
bracero a Mexican laborer allowed to enter the United States temporarily in order to perform seasonal or migrant work.
breakage in commerce, loss or damages allowed for things broken. [1/4 definitions]
club a place where such an association might meet regularly, or where members are allowed to spend time and use facilities. [1/7 definitions]
collation a small meal, esp. one allowed on days of fasting in certain Christian denominations. [1/2 definitions]
complement an amount that makes up a full quantity, or the amount that is the maximum allowed. [1/7 definitions]
crash cymbal a cymbal that hangs freely from a stand, such that it is allowed to reverberate after being struck.
draw the line to set a limit on what is allowed.
drip-dry to require no ironing if hung while wet and allowed to dry on a line or hanger. [1/2 definitions]
drivel saliva that has been allowed to fall from the mouth; drool. [1/5 definitions]
drop hammer a powered machine consisting of an anvil, on which heated metal is held, and a heavy weight that is raised and then allowed to drop on the metal in order to shape it.
float of a currency, to be allowed to rise or fall in value based on money market conditions, not on a fixed rate of exchange. [1/14 definitions]
forbidden proscribed, as by law or custom; not allowed; prohibited. [1/2 definitions]
foul out of a player in certain sports, to be put out of a game for exceeding the number of fouls allowed. [1/2 definitions]
grace period extra time allowed after a specified date or term has passed, during which an obligation, such as the repayment of a debt or the return of something borrowed, may be fulfilled without penalty.
green tea tea made from leaves that were not allowed to ferment before being heated.
inadmissible not allowed, as certain kinds of evidence in a legal proceeding.
lay day any of several days allowed for loading or unloading a ship without extra charge.
licit allowed or permitted by law; lawful.