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It halted a disastrous law enforcement experiment, which, among other things, unleashed the Ku Klux Klan to perpetuate state-sanctioned violence against people of color who had the temerity to partake in a simple drink.

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Even as she approaches a breakdown and partakes in suicidal ideation, the writing maintains a glassy, poetic remove.

That said, women who are less fit and don’t partake in regular exercise may not respond so effectively.

Virtual high school as a product isn’t built for adoption en masse, but instead works best for students who can afford to partake in self-directed and independent learning.

When she placed her first cowrie piece on her head, she did so knowing she had left Côte d’Ivoire for the first time to partake in Ghana’s Chale Wote Street Art Festival, a festival of great social significance.

This world is a horrid cancer that no decent soul should ever partake from.

I'm pro the freedom to smoke and the freedom to grow and pass and partake.

The Liebeck jury intuited that the only way to punish this logic of bigness was to partake of it.

The point of fasting is not to die, just to suffer a little and those who cannot partake donate to feed the truly hungry.

That all young citizens of Israel will partake both in Torah study and in military and civilian service.

Victor was proud of his achievement, and went about recommending it and urging every one to partake of it to excess.

The cliffs of Red Point partake of a reddish tinge and appear to be disposed nearly in horizontal strata.

Having once taken your seat at table, you have nothing to do with the dinner but to partake of it.

If offered any dish of which you do not wish to partake, decline it, but do not assign any reason.

If there is a delicacy upon the table, partake of it sparingly, and never help yourself to it a second time.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to partake, such as: consume, devour, divide, engage, feed, and ingest.

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