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synonyms for takings

  • booking
  • capture
  • detention
  • seizure
  • taking
  • collaring
  • embezzlement
  • confiscation
  • misappropriation
  • expropriation
  • taking
  • usurpation
  • grab
  • seizure
  • takeover
  • pilfering
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antonyms for takings

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  • letting go
  • liberation
  • release
  • calmness
  • ease
  • misunderstanding
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      How to use takings in a sentence

      One can hardly think of late suppers without turning quite away to those ideal tea-takings of the Wordsworths at Grasmere.
      THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 16, NO. 97, NOVEMBER, 1865VARIOUS
      Resources do not depend upon gross amounts, but upon the proportion of spendings to takings.
      RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
      In any case he thought to be astir so timely that he should come alone to his keel, and depart with no leave-takings.
      THE STORY OF THE GLITTERING PLAINWILLIAM MORRIS
      Elnathan Mullet, evidently considering his labors as door-keeper over, was counting his takings by lantern light.
      THE RISE OF ROSCOE PAINEJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
      There is something more due a host and hostess than mere greetings on entering and leave-takings on departing.
      CONVERSATIONMARY GREER CONKLIN
      Providence may be trusted, he believes, to look after the takings of poor players.
      THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
      The evening was cooler than August evenings usually are, and after many leave-takings the club set off afoot toward the town.
      BETTY LEICESTERSARAH ORNE JEWETT
      The takings of the shops had been far greater than they had at any previous time hoped for or experienced.
      THE LADY OF LYNNWALTER BESANT
      There was hardly an illustrious name in Great Britain that was not represented among these leave-takings.
      THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF WALTER H. PAGE, VOLUME IIBURTON J. HENDRICK
      She had barely time for a word, Mr. Carnegie always cutting short leave-takings.
      THE VICISSITUDES OF BESSIE FAIRFAXHARRIET PARR
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      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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      capacitor

      WORDS RELATED TO TAKINGS

      • boodle
      • gain
      • goods
      • haul
      • pickings
      • plunder
      • spoils
      • swag
      • takings
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