Thesaurus / take out

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Quarter the apples, or take out the core and leave them whole, as you prefer.

The Young Housekeeper's FriendMrs. (Mary Hooker) Cornelius

Dey searched de house, and take out what dey want, den set de house afire.

Clean it well, take out the brains, rub it with a handful of salt, and two ounces of saltpetre.

The air that came to his nostrils out of the unknown dark was cold and clean, but he did not yet dare to take out his lantern.

The Texan StarJoseph A. Altsheler

And the Rabbit showed the Fox his bees and how to take out the honey.

The Hollow Tree Snowed-InAlbert Bigelow Paine

He runs the mill, and it is said that all those who carry grist to him keep a sharp watch lest he take out too much toll.

Pare them, and out them into round pieces near an inch thick, and take out the core from the centre of each slice.

And when Mr. Losely, as usual, exchanges his coat for the dressing-gown, contrive to take out that pocket-book unobserved by him.

Then go to the corn-bin, take out four quarters of wheat, and clear it of other seed.

Russian Fairy TalesW. R. S. Ralston

Take out the slices, and put them over the fire in fresh vinegar; let them stew till quite tender.

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