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synonyms for patenting

  • absorb
  • exclude
  • possess
  • take over
  • utilize
  • acquire
  • consume
  • copyright
  • corner
  • devour
  • employ
  • engross
  • have
  • hog
  • hold
  • manage
  • own
  • patent
  • restrain
  • syndicate
  • use
  • bogart
  • corner the market
  • exercise control
  • keep to oneself
  • lock up
  • own exclusively
  • sew up
  • sit on
  • take up
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antonyms for patenting

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  • abstain
  • fail
  • ignore
  • lack
  • let go
  • lose
  • need
  • reject
  • release
  • distribute
  • scatter
  • share
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How to use patenting in a sentence

"You see, he might really have made a fortune by patenting it," said the brown-and-gold fairy.
OUR SQUARE AND THE PEOPLE IN ITSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
Scientific folks might have studied for ages without discovering and patenting such a marvel of a desert foot.
THE PANSY MAGAZINE, MAY 1886VARIOUS
I know there is some way to get legal possession of a claim by patenting it, but I don't know how you do it.
THE CLAIM JUMPERSSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
Pity you hadn't thought about patenting the belt—these Americans are so free with their dollars.
HIGH MANJAY CLARKE
The drawing of the binder shows considerable ingenuity, and is doubtless novel and useful enough to warrant patenting.
GOLDEN DAYS FOR BOYS AND GIRLSVARIOUS
By farming the quit-rents, taking fees for patenting lands, and assessing office-holders, he reaped a rich harvest.
THE COLONIES 1492-1750REUBEN GOLD THWAITES
In return for this he was to receive one-half of the patent, if Howe succeeded in patenting his machine.
GREAT FORTUNES, AND HOW THEY WERE MADEJAMES D. MCCABE, JR.
We have a little scheme between us now, which, if it turns out well, may be worth patenting.
THE GIRLS OF ST. CYPRIAN'SANGELA BRAZIL
Sir D. Brewster got no money by patenting his kaleidoscope because the patent was instantly pirated in all directions.
THE SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF NATIONAL PROGRESSGEORGE GORE
A German became enormously rich by patenting a simple wooden plug for beer barrels.
ONE THOUSAND SECRETS OF WISE AND RICH MEN REVEALEDC. A. BOGARDUS
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