Thesaurus / take over

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You won't believe it, but people used to beg them to take over their property, tie up their incomes, virtually enslave them.

The SyndicC.M. Kornbluth

Then on the seventh day I was chosen as one of a party to go up to the trenches and find out the positions we were to take over.

"He's planning to take over there all that he's got mined," added Robert, looking to me for confirmation of his surmise.

So early as June 1910 he had been sent to France to take over a Blriot machine.

Frank Elby, ambitious and money-hungry, could take over where McAllen left off.

Gone FishingJames H. Schmitz

Colorado also proved to her that her "girls" could take over her work.

Now, do we take over the ship and man those lifeboats or dont we!

He's been groomed for twenty years to take over as the world's largest puppet, but it turns out he has a mind of his own.

The Image and the LikenessJohn Scott Campbell

One of the yaks was to take over the boat, and the horse which had carried it from Lake Lighten was relieved of the work.

When we extend our Front southwards and take over the French trenches we just expand our fan a little more.

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

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