It makes Father crazy.
Nothing makes a man get mad faster.
It makes perfect sense, actually.
Sometimes. Anyway, it's the paneling that makes the room so dark, not the curtains over the windows.
"We put the numbers in a certain format that makes it easier for them to analyze," I said, trying to sound like I knew what I was talking about.
He makes $10 an hour.
This action makes the price of a burger go up by $1,000 and drops demand to zero.
It makes but little difference whether you are committed to a farm or the county jail.
"To be a soldier, just a soldier!" thought Pierre as he fell asleep, "to enter communal life completely, to be imbued by what makes them what they are.
I think Alex makes a concentrated effort to drive his father crazy.
"She always makes our clothes," Felipa said.
It makes me feel small when you keep things from me - like you don't trust me, or you think I'm not mature enough to handle it.
What makes you think that?
What makes you think I'm qualified for the job?
"Whatever makes you happy – I'm for it," he said with a sigh.
And what in the world makes you think that?
What makes you think I might still want it?
What makes you think I found them?
It makes you look like a dork.
I feel terrible making him sleep in the lab room, but really, Quinn's equipment hardly makes a sound.
It still makes me cry when I think of Annie, even after fifteen years.
Remove them all and see if it makes a difference.
What makes you ask?
"If that's so," Martha added, "that makes whoever stayed in that hotel room an accessory to murder!"
What makes you think that?
Tell me what makes their calls different from other tips.
What makes you believe that?
This stuff makes me horny!
What makes you think you're saying is true?
I'll pass on this information to Frank but I don't know what he can do until this guy makes a mistake.
Spit it out; what did you and Julie discuss that now makes you Aunt Betsy?
Speak to the captain when he makes his round, he will do anything for you.
The satisfaction of one's needs--good food, cleanliness, and freedom--now that he was deprived of all this, seemed to Pierre to constitute perfect happiness; and the choice of occupation, that is, of his way of life--now that that was so restricted--seemed to him such an easy matter that he forgot that a superfluity of the comforts of life destroys all joy in satisfying one's needs, while great freedom in the choice of occupation--such freedom as his wealth, his education, and his social position had given him in his own life--is just what makes the choice of occupation insolubly difficult and destroys the desire and possibility of having an occupation.
With his sixty years' experience he knew what value to attach to rumors, knew how apt people who desire anything are to group all news so that it appears to confirm what they desire, and he knew how readily in such cases they omit all that makes for the contrary.
This state of things is continually becoming worse and makes one fear that unless a prompt remedy is applied the troops will no longer be under control in case of an engagement.
What makes you think so?
It is not beauty that endears, it's love that makes us see beauty.
The dama-fruit is the most delicious thing that grows, and when it makes us invisible the bears cannot find us to eat us up.
"Yes," sighed Eureka; "and I also can see you again, and the sight makes me dreadfully hungry.
He makes us pay taxes and gives us nothing in return.
Mother, what makes the wind blow?
I am afraid to drink anything that makes men act in that way.