taking

[ tey-king ]SEE DEFINITION OF taking

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I could see she was annoyed and a little worried, because he was past taking notice.

“His reverence is taking his after-dinner nap and may not be disturbed,” said the man.

Blow it,” he said, taking off the chain, “my mouth is too full of slime.

And as for Shepler—he wondered if Shepler knew just what risks he might be taking on.

"I knew he'd plunge," he said, taking the chair proffered him, near Shepler's desk.

He went all over me, taking up a collection, and did first-rate.

You will never find us taking advantage of the necessities of the public.

"I will wait ten minutes for him," said Haley, taking out his watch.

Suppose that you are taking a trip in the mountains and you have seen a deer.

Her mind is set on taking it down, yet she will not peril her husband.

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