下面是had made的查询结果:
1The local authority ruled that he had made himself intentionally homeless and was therefore not entitled to be rehoused.
2He had made it clear to his wife that he would never forsake her.
3He had made two expeditions to Spain to study wild plants.
4The headmaster had made an example of him by scolding him in front of the whole school.
5The minister had made an amazing error of judgement.
6The wine had made him drunk.
7The soot had made everything dirty.
8The sudden loss of his money had made him desperate.
9She had made arrangements for their immediate departure for Canada.
10She had made a delivery to the address earlier that day.
11The rain had made the walls damp.
12Her secretive manner had made me curious.
13They issued a statement correcting the one they had made earlier.
14I was not entirely comfortable about the plans they had made.
15The rain overnight had made the water cold.
16They had made a clear profit of £2 000.
17The company had made false claims about its products.
18She caught herself wondering whether she had made a mistake.
19Bitter past experience had made her careful of what she confided to Nadia.
20The whisky had made me brave.
21Sarah, bless her, had made a cup of tea.
22In general, the changes they had made were to be welcomed.
23It was not his way to admit that he had made a mistake.
24Corruption and civil unrest had made the country ungovernable.
25The experience had made me more tolerant towards other people.
26I bade farewell to all the friends I had made in Paris.
27He and his partner had made a bargain to tell each other everything.
28The wine had made her talkative.
29His years abroad had made him almost a stranger with his family.
30She had lost none of the spark that had made her such an endearing young bride.
31They had made several sorties against enemy troops.
32The proposal had made his clients sit up and take notice.
33Her experiences had made her sensitive to other people's troubles.
34She had made a scene in the middle of the party.
35Winning the match was just reward for the effort the team had made.
36Red-faced valuers admitted they had made a mistake.
37They had made all kinds of provisions against bad weather.
38The company had made provisions against falls in land prices.
39They had made industrial quantities of food.
40The railway had made a considerable capital outlay on new rolling stock.
41She wondered whether she had made the right move in telling the truth.
42The rain had made the field very muddy.
43The rain had made the football pitch extremely muddy.
44Someone had made away with [=made off with] all the money.
45He had made up his mind not to go.
46Only then did I realize that I had made a mistake.
47He persuaded himself that he had made the right choice.
48His effort to hide the document was, for practical purposes [=in effect], an admission that he had made a mistake.
49We had made a providential escape.
50Her question set me to wondering if I had made the right decision.
51He was sure his sister had made a mistake, but the contrary was true: she was right and he was wrong.
52The hikers realized they had made a wrong turn and would have to backtrack.
53Anthony had made it abundantly clear that he did not want to see her.
54With the benefit of hindsight, he saw where he had made a mistake.
55His betrayal had made her bitter.
56She felt that she had made a virtuous decision by donating the money to charity.
57She had made some deprecatory remarks about her opponent.
58The collapse of her business had made her desperate.
59Even her detractors had to admit that she had made the company successful.
60He spoke honestly about the mistakes he had made.
61He realized that he had made a horrible mistake.
62It was the first time they had made love.
63The wine had made him a little light-headed.
64His dedication and Christian charity had made him a legendary figure.
65He jibed repeatedly at the errors they had made.
66I had made a personal investment in time and energy.
67By the 1950s, television had made great inroads into the territory of the news magazines.
68Years of abuse at boarding school had made him insensitive to others' suffering.
69Years of abuse had made him insensitive to others' suffering.
70The wine had made him incapable of thinking clearly.
71The long delay had made me quite apprehensive.
72They had made a verbal agreement to sell.
73He had made advances to one of his students.
74He held back, remembering the mistake he had made before.
75He had made improper suggestions to her.
76I felt that Sally had made a complete fool of me.
77Tom felt he had made a mess of his life.
78Crying had made her mascara run.
79Nina had made mugs of tea for them both.
80His behaviour had made him an object of ridicule.
81We were overwhelmed by the sacrifices they had made.
82The previous owners had made the garage into an extra bedroom.
83A pair of sparrows had made a nest in the hedge.
84They had made him look like a fool and now they were going to pay for it.