taken

[ tey-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF taken

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAKEN

Why wast thou, so richly gifted of the gods, to be taken from us in thy youth?

A vote was taken on the question of exile, and the black pebbles predominated.

He'd just taken it off the ticker when we found him in Fouts's place there.

I've always been taken with the chap; and I'm very glad you read him correctly.

"Taken the first step toward a good dinner," said the other, coolly.

It would have taken me more than two years to earn as much money as this.

I don't see how she can be so taken up with that low fellow.

In this a step in advance of some of our neighbours was taken.

Miss Milbrey wondered somewhat; but her mind was easy, for her resolution had been taken.

"I suppose you want to be taken back," said the superintendent, abruptly.

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