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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
taken
Definition:
p. p. of Take.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
taken.
captured
seized, arrested, appropriated.
deceived
hoodwinked.
employed or rented
occupied, hired, reserved, held, unavailable.
enamored
fonder, wild about, nuts about, swept off one's feet, has a thing about, silly about, enamored, smitten, stuck on.
occupied
lived in, lived-in, peopled.
received
received, acquired, accepted, Pocketed.
taken
confiscated, Reaped, Procured, Levied, Captured, Nabbed, Impounded, gathered, abducted, Grabbed, amassed, acquired, Caught, usurped, Gotten, Harvested, Annexed, Commandeered, appropriated, collected, Bagged.
unavailable
Non-existent, unaccessible.
noun
startled
surprised, disconcerted, bewildered, caught off guard.
taken
affected, appropriated, arrogated, confiscate, condemned, confiscated, usurped, expropriated, taken over, assumed, interpreted, understood, purloined, stolen, embezzled, seized.
verb
acquired
Incurred, Wrangled, cornered, Claimed, added, Retrieved, Lured, accumulated, netted, Bought, Scored, landed, Garnered, Fetched, assumed, Purchased, heaped, Palmed.
captured
Gained, Collared, Snared, Achieved, apprehended, Obtained, Gotten, abducted, seized, won, Took, secured, Caught, Captured, arrested, Snatched, occupied, Got.
occupied
full.
received
admitted, inspired, Pocketed, inhaled, engorged, accessed, devoured, Gulped, absorbed, received, eaten, swallowed, accepted, Assimilated, ate, ingested, Gobbled.
took
Monopolized, deprived.
Examples of usage:
  1. I suppose your people have not taken this well. – The Spinners by Eden Phillpotts
  2. He had never before taken anything so quietly. – Pelle the Conqueror, Vol. 2 by Martin Anderson Nexo
  3. The fact is, he said, you've taken up with someone else. – The Sweep Winner by Nat Gould
  4. Wonder what they think we were taken up for? – Dorothy Dale at Glenwood School by Margaret Penrose
  5. The same night she was taken ill. – The Memoirs of Louis XIV., Volume 13 And His Court and of The Regency by Duc de Saint-Simon

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