Definition of 'lend itself'
Example sentences containing 'lend itself'
A fairly normal reaction to fear or the unknown is to laugh, and Choir Practice does lend itself to humour.SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
Vatukin had a mean, weasel's face that didn't lend itself to humour, but he smiled.CHAMELEON (2003)
And the lighter gravity, so advantageous to us in other ways, does not lend itself to the retention of a heavy atmosphere.ANTI-ICE (2003)
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