View definitions for capturing
noun as in getting
In this war, the targeting is often happening on computer monitors thousands of miles away, capturing images from drones.
Truth be told, there is no one better at capturing the agony and alarm of a woman in the throes of a nervous breakdown than Moore.
What is important is the success Homeland has in capturing the core of the business.
You are great at capturing tiny nuances about the human experience.
John Luther Adams lives up to the title of his composition, capturing an oceanic torrent of sound in an awe-inspiring performance.
The restoration of stolen goods was probably dwarfed in his mind by the importance of capturing the stealers.
There he distinguished himself by capturing Wrzburg and two thousand of the enemy with a squadron of one hundred hussars.
From her point of view Jacob Worse was well worth capturing, especially since he had entered into partnership with Garman.
The British were victorious, not only defeating the enemy, but capturing many of their standards, and most of their guns.
The serfs pillaged and set on fire all the houses of the bourgeois that they succeeded in capturing.
On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to capturing, such as: appropriating, assimilating, catching, clutching, null, and earning.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.