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adjective as in net

noun as in salary

noun as in take-home pay

verb as in pull in

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Example Sentences

They take home mental baggage unlike anything carried in almost every other job.

Get a thrill, get off a lucky shot, take home a trophy, put it up in a secret chamber of our heart.

Customers can purchase cold beer at full price or warm bottles of beer at retail prices to take home.

While the winners will take home the prize money and title, the eliminated contestants can hardly be considered losers.

He also moderates how much is served, reserving second helpings for take-home bags at the end of the night.

Nagpingkit siya sa mga butung nga dad-un, He tied the two young coconuts together for us to take home.

I'm glad you can't, for we have no proper apparatus here, and it would only be a crushed mass to take home.

She dug a quantity of the sweet and wholesome roots to take home for food for herself and her family.

He anticipated the wish by saying: "Stella, any book or books you see here you are at liberty to take home."

She playfully asked him if he would not give her a bigger word to take home to the family.


On this page you'll find 414 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take-home, such as: clear, excluding, exclusive, final, remaining, and after deductions.

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