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She does what is right for her and offers inclusion for the taking.

The bench and people are part of the permanent collection and not for the taking.

He likes to stay on his toes when it comes to marketing and doing things worth risk-taking.

Here are five cloud business toolmakers that may be ripe for the taking.

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In the swift and chaotic pivot to virtual test-taking, companies like Respondus — along with competitors including Honorlock, ProctorU and Proctorio — have stepped in to help schools keep watch on students.

Some of them already are in Germany taking language lessons.

The family was taking some private moments for a closing of the coffin in keeping with Chinese ritual.

But Scott, in taking the parlance of the street to the SportsCenter desk, helped affirm its ascendance.

Tim Russert and I are driving back to the Albany airport after taking our kids to the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

So just looking forward to taking our sweet ass time with this next one.

As Perker said this, he looked towards the door, with an evident desire to render the leave-taking as brief as possible.

It was such a magnificent sum that Sol did not feel like taking the familiarity with it of mentioning it aloud.

This may be done by taking the humming tone and bringing to bear upon it a strong pressure of energy.

Now and then the boy who had bought Squinty, and who was taking him home, would look around at his pet in the slatted box.

Mr. Collingwood, taking the key from his mother, locked the little door in the boarding, after them.


On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to taking, such as: catching, pandemic, communicative, contagious, expansive, and infectious.

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