collaborating

[ kuh-lab-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF collaborating
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Then in a lower voice she added: “She has been collaborating with Tupper Browne.”

Then presently she was doing it, collaborating rather in the dialogue that ensued.

Every woman who ever wrote well began by collaborating with a man.

Do what you like, and let us make no further pretence of collaborating.

I had been frequently attracted by the idea of collaborating with him.

"It's a story in which Miss Jewett's been collaborating with me," Idina continued.

Thus he had gained a bracing sense of comradeship with the men who were collaborating in his field.

A former university friend of his came in, and tried to get him interested in collaborating on a great scientific work.

Henry Waller, collaborating with Mr. Allison in the production† † Incubation at that time.

An occupant of one of the nearby tables spoke up, collaborating Joe's words.

WORD ORIGIN

1871, back-formation from collaborator. Given a bad sense in World War II. Related: Collaborated; collaborating.

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