He will take them into the lighthouse and up the spiral staircase to the top, which affords a spectacular view of the Arabian Sea.
Part of the experience with any tobacco is the relationship it affords with time.
Is it pompous to wonder why, as a working journalist, Wikipedia affords the other guy that title?
What a majority of Israelis support is the principle of separation that the “two-state solution” affords.
Running Hyde Park in the early morning affords a blend of sights, sounds, and, yes, smells.
What happy fortune has brought the University for young men into the same town that affords a college for young ladies?
The wealth that affords the most luxurious entertainments must be the wealth that rules.
It is, moreover, contrasted with the Suffolk crag by the indications it affords of an extra-European climate.
Even the Brighton "Church Congress" affords evidence of this.
The constitutional history of Victoria affords a curious illustration of what will certainly happen in Ireland.
Old English geforðian "to put forth, contribute; further, advance; carry out, accomplish," from ge- completive prefix (see a- (1)) + forðian "to further," from forð "forward, onward" (see forth).
Change of -th- to -d- took place late 16c. (and also transformed burthen and murther into their modern forms). Prefix shift to af- took place 16c. under mistaken belief that it was a Latin word in ad-. Notion of "accomplish" (late Old English) gradually became "manage to buy or maintain; have enough money (to do something)" (1833). Older sense is preserved in afford (one) an opportunity. Related: Afforded; affording.