Third-person singular simple present indicative form of allot.(verb)
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Use "allots" in a sentence
"Established under the Helms-Burton Act, a 1996 law meant to strengthen the embargo against Cuba, it broadly allots $20 million annually for "pro-democracy" efforts on the island and has long been seen as anathema by the Cuban government."
"The last nine years of Roosevelt's administration warrant more than the four sentences Ms. Denton allots."
"In fact, as the agency's budget figures show, the proposal would decrease HHS's discretionary funding -- the portion Congress allots each year -- by $72 million, or 0.9 percent, from fiscal 2010."