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given out

adjective as in rumored

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The Vermont senator has given out more than $200,000 through his two PACs, Friends of Bernie and Progressive Voters of America.

The NCF gave away $601,841,675 in 2012—and is estimated to have given out $670 million in 2013.

Press packets given out to foreign journalists at press conferences have been titled “Egypt Fighting Terrorism.”

We wear whatever the heck we want—even flip-flops—and we all have a few drinks while the awards are given out.

There, visitors got a handheld audio guide identical to ones given out at museums.

The news was given out and the guerrillas were rallying at a given place in the western part of the county.

In one such startled interval of waking her caged cricket had given out its plaintive cry.

The latter was given out to us last night, and sounds promising, but nasty.

Some might believe it; others would only ask how much I paid to have that statement given out.

Doses were given out to all who wished for it, for a few grains of quinine seldom go amiss in this country.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to given out, such as: reputed, broadcast, null, circulating, gossiped, and prevailing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.