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given away

adjective as in distributed

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Failure to bond to their parents was the prominent reason children were being given away.

Since its founding, the NCF has given away over $4.3 billion, $2.5 billion of it in the last three years.

The rest were sold to traveling animal acts in Florida, traded with other exotic big cat breeders, or given away.

In a few sentences, as though discussing the closing of a mortgage, they have given away France.

Have they given away all of their life savings to this relief effort?

For they have learned from us that, toward others than these, whether here or in the ships, nothing is readily given away.

Her neck-band was thrown open, because she had given away the brooch, with which she used to fasten it.

Tricks may be given away, if by so doing a favourable opening can be made for a finesse.

The annual amount given away at this period in prizes had reached something over 450l.

So we shall save the King some money, which both the Comptroller and his clerke had absolutely given away.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to given away, such as: appropriated, assigned, dispersed, scattered, shared, and allocated.

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