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adjective as in absorbing

adjective as in gripping

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He said he considers their push for more vaccine an effort “to monopolize” doses, calling it an “absurd” request.

Texas and nine other Republican-led states have filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, alleging that the company has monopolized digital advertising by means that include anti-competitive agreements with Facebook.

Katyal rejected that idea, however, saying the hypothetical was off-base because Philadelphia isn’t monopolizing foster care services and Catholic Social Services still has a $26 million budget to conduct services on its own.

Sure, multiplayer-heavy video games, like Fortnite and Call of Duty, tend to monopolize the buzz and attention.

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Moreover an EU investigation into monopolizing practices by Gazprom may force the Kremlin to review its whole energy strategy.

She was incensed about the billionaires monopolizing all the perks that the normal millionaires usually got.

But such speculations as these were far from monopolizing the minds of the professor and the boys.

Monopolizing tyrants of society who will allow no dog to bark in their presence are not conversationalists; they are lecturers.

Gentlemen say that she is a great power, a jealous power, and possessed of a monopolizing spirit.

(a) Teachers have a habit of monopolizing continued discourse.

It is not a question of the Government monopolizing the field.


On this page you'll find 117 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to monopolizing, such as: arresting, captivating, engrossing, enthralling, fascinating, and gripping.

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