How to use Made-do in a sentence

made-do
  • She made do with two jobs, but there was no way to save money for their colleges.

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  • The choices he has made do seem somewhat incongruous, however.

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  • Prior to this time, the service had made do by taking rooms at various waterside inns.

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  • The store's first employees were none other than Zimmer's college roommates, and since Zimmer could not afford a cash register, he made do with a cigar box.

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  • Women who were not part of the upper echelons of society, however, made do with less expensive clothing.

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  • The amount of Kelly bags that are made do not meet the buyers' demands.

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  • Run-of-the-mill, mass-produced stock invitations on low-quality paper were the order of the day - or sometimes people simply made do with homemade invitations.

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