How to use Made-do in a sentence
She made do with two jobs, but there was no way to save money for their colleges.
The choices he has made do seem somewhat incongruous, however.
Prior to this time, the service had made do by taking rooms at various waterside inns.
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.
Women who were not part of the upper echelons of society, however, made do with less expensive clothing.Advertisement
The amount of Kelly bags that are made do not meet the buyers' demands.
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.