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adjective as in exploited

Strong match

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He milked every minute of it, talking a mile a minute and barely letting Kimmel get a word in.

In plain English, they milked the Americans for money while coddling some of the al Qaeda killers.

At the Grammys, “the way she milked the entrance seemed a little forced,” he adds.

The NFL has no intention of killing its cash cows while they can still be milked.

There was very much there that can be usefully, and decisively, milked.

There were no painters in my house, and Mike had milked the cows and gone home before I arrived.

I pushed the hoe with redoubled zeal, long after Mike had milked the cows and departed.

A cow regularly, gently, yet quickly and thoroughly milked, will give much more than if neglected.

In this room the bread is kneaded, cooking and baking are done, the cow is milked, and all sorts of operations are carried on.

Morag milked the cows and brought all the milk within, leaving no milk for the cats to drink outside.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to milked, such as: abused, oppressed, overburdened, overworked, and taken advantage of.

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