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adjective as in unpaid

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Because they, much more than other beans, release a “mucilage” that contributes to the silky texture of the dal.

It’s a talented team of 100s of people who contribute each day to its success.

Opposition from their groups to the measure that failed last session is widely attributed as contributing to its failure.

Later he invited the more than 1,000 viewers, some watching from India, Spain, New Zealand or South Africa, to contribute their thoughts, too.

Deducing how and to what extent the fire contributed to this is tricky.

Great American leaders have long contributed profound thoughts of tremendous consequence to the public discourse.

He has contributed to a false picture of law enforcement based on isolated injustices.

CPI reporters David Heath and Ben Wieder contributed to this report.

But it certainly contributed, and purposely so, to the defeat of the tough Likud hardliner Yitzhak Shamir in 1992.

PunditFact staff writer Jon Greenberg contributed to this report.

He was one of the founders of Andover theological seminary, and contributed altogether about $125,000 to that institution.

In selecting him for this important post Napoleon showed that power of discrimination which contributed so greatly to his success.

These stops have contributed more than anything else towards the organ suitable for the performance of orchestral music.

The shareholders of many corporations are liable only for the amount they have contributed and paid, or have agreed to pay.

He contributed much information respecting the history and present condition of Persia.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contributed, such as: donated, due, freewilled, gratuitous, honorary, and unindemnified.

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