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taking part

noun as in participation

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Had not World War II prevented her from taking part in the Olympics, she might have followed a conventional sports career.

Lebanese Sunnis are also taking part in the conflict, dispatching fighters and guns to Syrian rebels.

They were also observed taking part in demonstrations held by a small group of radical Muslims active in London.

The 23-year-old man admitted to taking part in two further vigilante confrontations along with Horner.

Right now, Bill and Hillary Clinton are taking part in “just ordinary, everyday pleasures.”

The conversation took place in the smoke-room of a steamship bound for Australia, and at least a dozen men were taking part in it.

But the merveilleuse costumes of the Sleek girls were better suited for looking on than for taking part in the actual performance.

Consequently he never took the least trouble to conceal the fact that he was taking part in this competition.

After the ladies had retired, the gentlemen sat up some time smoking their havannahs, the Indian taking part in the conversation.

Ordinary expiration is the result largely of the elastic recoil of the chest walls, only a few muscles taking part.

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On this page you'll find 470 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take part, such as: begin, carry out, create, develop, do, and enforce.

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

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