give[ giv ]SEE DEFINITION OF give
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIVE
My very blood boiled in my veins, that such an one as he could give me pain.
Give your heart up to it, as a little child led by its mother's hand!
This cop that found me in a hallway, he says I must have been give a dose of Peter.
I don't think it will, mind, but it's best to be prepared, so give me the key.
“Master Headley will give us work, mayhap,” said Stephen, turning to Tibble.
We'll use a part of them ourselves, and what we can't use I will give away.
You'd better not tell him so, or he might give you a lesson in politeness.
That's a scurvy welcome to give a nephew you haven't seen for eighteen years.
Would you mind selling it to me if I will give you money enough to buy a new one?
I'm going to stay to dinner with you, and you must give me something better than that.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GIVE
- apply oneself
- attend to
- concentrate on
- dedicate oneself to
- devote oneself to
- exert oneself
- get serious
- give oneself over to
- keep close to
- keep one's mind on
- knuckle down
- launch into
- occupy oneself with
- pitch in
- plunge into
- put one's hand to the plow
- put one's nose to the grindstone
- set to
- swing into action
- take the bull by the horns