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synonyms for syndicating

  • 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

antonyms for syndicating

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

Edward had read it, and saw the possibility of syndicating this item as a woman's letter from New York.
THE AMERICANIZATION OF EDWARD BOKEDWARD WILLIAM BOK
But the school is simply the community—the group of families—syndicating its efforts for the formal training of the young.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN THE FAMILYHENRY F. COPE
During this period he tried syndicating articles in the newspapers but without success.
THE FICTION FACTORYJOHN MILTON EDWARDS
He personally was more interested in the syndicating of foreign external loans.
THE GUARDED HEIGHTSWADSWORTH CAMP
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