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capitalizing

verb as in benefit from situation

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“I see the celebs capitalizing on all these leaks, whether voluntary or not,” wrote Reddit user attacktei.

Enter private prisons: a booming industry that is capitalizing on that need.

But a recent trend is capitalizing on our latent desires to actually become the famous people we love and love to hate.

He seems to have been not so much bent on taking big risks as deliberately capitalizing on the result of those who did.

Instead, the Muslim Brotherhood was accused of capitalizing on the bloodshed.

In short, the Honorable Cale Floyd was not now averse to capitalizing his past vicissitudes.

Is the phalanstery to be prohibited from capitalizing and lending at interest?

Abstract nouns do not create anything and the capitalizing of a process never can explain it.

As for watered stock, I know all the sophistical arguments, and they are many, for capitalizing earning capacity.

Haverly specialized in minstrels, for he was a genius at capitalizing the enthusiasm of the theater-going public.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to capitalizing, such as: take advantage of, exploit, profit, subsidize, obtain, and gain.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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