give-and-take

[ giv-uh n-teyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF give-and-take

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To Tom that seemed fair enough,––a give-and-take game of the rangeland.

But in give-and-take, as one might say, you are igstreamly droll.

But perhaps this give-and-take of lovers may seem attractive to some.

Let it be a case, then, of give-and-take between us, and the rest of the gods will follow our lead.

You haven't yet learned the team play, the give-and-take of diplomacy.

Little Stephen had no means of learning the wisdom of give-and-take.

There must be a give-and-take, Lady Harriet—a give-and-take, you know.

She burst forth: You cant treat me in the spirit of equality, of give-and-take.

You deal with your sweethearts on a sort of give-and-take system.

All that was required was some give-and-take, some fairness.

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