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unbelligerent

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agreeable, amiable, amicable, civil, compatible, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, inoffensive.
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Correct spelling:
Took
Definition:
Of to take.

Synonyms:

verb
acquired
accumulated, added, assumed, heaped, landed, netted, Bought, Claimed, Fetched, Garnered, Incurred, Lured, Palmed, Retrieved, Scored, Wrangled, cornered, Purchased.
captured
abducted, apprehended, arrested, occupied, secured, seized, taken, won, Achieved, Captured, Caught, Gained, Gotten, Got, Obtained, Collared, Snared, Snatched.
received
absorbed, accepted, admitted, ate, devoured, eaten, engorged, ingested, inhaled, inspired, received, swallowed, Assimilated, Gobbled, Gulped, Pocketed, accessed.
took
acquired, amassed, appropriated, collected, confiscated, deprived, gathered, usurped, Annexed, Bagged, Grabbed, Harvested, Impounded, Levied, Monopolized, Nabbed, Reaped, Commandeered, Procured.
Examples of usage:
  1. Ollie took it to be that way. – The Bondboy by George W. (George Washington) Ogden
  2. She took it to her room to look at it. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. A few minutes later the girls took leave of each other. – Penny Nichols Finds a Clue by Joan Clark
  4. No one took any notice of David. – Prisoners of Conscience by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  5. But they took her word for it, Harry. – The Cross-Cut by Courtney Ryley Cooper

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