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67 synonyms
1 antonym
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1. take in (Verb)

67 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. absorb 6 letters 59 synonyms
2. accept 6 letters 84 synonyms
3. admit 5 letters 71 synonym
4. adopt 5 letters 72 synonyms
5. assimilate 10 letters 36 synonyms
6. baffle 6 letters 63 synonyms
7. befool 6 letters 9 synonyms
8. believe 7 letters 42 synonyms
9. best 4 letters 96 synonyms
10. bewilder 8 letters 60 synonyms
11. bring in 7 letters 19 synonyms
12. catch 5 letters 183 synonyms
13. cheat 5 letters 124 synonyms
14. clear 5 letters 316 synonyms
15. cod 3 letters 28 synonyms
16. collect 7 letters 106 synonyms
17. con 3 letters 85 synonyms
18. conclude 8 letters 107 synonyms
19. consume 7 letters 92 synonyms
20. deceiveen.synonym.one 7 letters 93 synonyms
21. draw 4 letters 171 synonym
22. drink 5 letters 69 synonyms
23. dupe 4 letters 75 synonyms
24. earn 4 letters 60 synonyms
25. father 6 letters 65 synonyms
26. fathom 6 letters 29 synonyms
27. fool 4 letters 136 synonyms
28. gain 4 letters 150 synonyms
29. gather in 8 letters 1 synonym
30. gull 4 letters 39 synonyms
31. gyp 3 letters 43 synonyms
32. have 4 letters 79 synonyms
33. imbibe 6 letters 28 synonyms
34. ingest 6 letters 16 synonyms
35. inherit 7 letters 7 synonyms
36. invite 6 letters 65 synonyms
37. make 4 letters 207 synonyms
38. mislead 7 letters 39 synonyms
39. mother 6 letters 39 synonyms
40. obtain 6 letters 105 synonyms
41. outwit 6 letters 21 synonym
42. overhear 8 letters 2 synonyms
43. partake 7 letters 14 synonyms
44. pull in 6 letters 33 synonyms
45. put on 5 letters 81 synonym
46. put one across 12 letters 9 synonyms
47. put one over 10 letters 9 synonyms
48. realise 7 letters 78 synonyms
49. realize 7 letters 81 synonym
50. receiveen.synonym.one 7 letters 73 synonyms
51. secure 6 letters 250 synonyms
52. see 3 letters 115 synonyms
53. slang 5 letters 37 synonyms
54. soak up 6 letters 26 synonyms
55. sop up 5 letters 9 synonyms
56. suck 4 letters 29 synonyms
57. suck in 6 letters 5 synonyms
58. suck up 6 letters 21 synonym
59. swallow 7 letters 61 synonym
60. swindle 7 letters 90 synonyms
61. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
62. take possession of 16 letters 17 synonyms
63. take up 6 letters 72 synonyms
64. trick 5 letters 209 synonyms
65. understand 10 letters 64 synonyms
66. view 4 letters 133 synonyms
67. watch 5 letters 94 synonyms
1 antonym
# Word Number of letters Number of antonyms
1. let out 6 letters 1 antonym
17 definitions
take in (Verb) —   Provide with shelter
take in (Verb) —   Fool or hoax
take in (Verb) —   Suck or take up or in 1 example
1. ex. "A black star takes in all matter"
take in (Verb) —   Visit for entertainment 1 example
1. ex. "take in the sights"
take in (Verb) —   Call for and obtain payment of 1 example
1. ex. "we took in over a million dollars in outstanding debts"
take in (Verb) —   Look at and follow all (or part of) something being shown or performed 1 example
1. ex. "take in a show on television"
take in (Verb) —   Express willingness to have in one's home or environs 1 example
1. ex. "The community warmly took in the refugees"
take in (Verb) —   Fold up 1 example
1. ex. "take in the sails"
take in (Verb) —   Take up mentally 1 example
1. ex. "he took in the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
take in (Verb) —   Earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages 1 example
1. ex. "He takes in $5,000 each month"
take in (Verb) —   Hear, usually without the knowledge of the speakers 1 example
1. ex. "We took in the conversation at the next table"
take in (Verb) —   Accept 1 example
1. ex. "The cloth takes in the liquid"
take in (Verb) —   Take in, also metaphorically 1 example
1. ex. "The sponge takes in water well"
take in (Verb) —   Take up as if with a sponge
take in (Verb) —   Eat, esp. normally or regularly
take in (Verb) —   Take into one's family 1 example
1. ex. "They took in two children from Nicaragua"
take in (Verb) —   Make (clothes) smaller 1 example
1. ex. "Please take in this skirt--I've lost weight"
22 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. acquire 7 letters 91 synonym
2. alter 5 letters 64 synonyms
3. betray 6 letters 72 synonyms
4. change 6 letters 177 synonyms
5. deceive 7 letters 93 synonyms
6. domiciliate 11 letters 5 synonyms
7. furl 4 letters 1 synonym
8. get 3 letters 175 synonyms
9. have 4 letters 79 synonyms
10. hear 4 letters 30 synonyms
11. house 5 letters 114 synonyms
12. larn 4 letters 2 synonyms
13. lead astray 10 letters 17 synonyms
14. learn 5 letters 55 synonyms
15. put up 5 letters 40 synonyms
16. receive 7 letters 73 synonyms
17. roll up 6 letters 23 synonyms
18. see 3 letters 115 synonyms
19. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
20. vary 4 letters 40 synonyms
21. visit 5 letters 63 synonyms
22. watch 5 letters 94 synonyms
63 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. absorb 6 letters 59 synonyms
2. assume 6 letters 97 synonyms
3. bear 4 letters 170 synonyms
4. blot 4 letters 68 synonyms
5. booze 5 letters 24 synonyms
6. bring home 9 letters 1 synonym
7. cannibalise 11 letters 1 synonym
8. cannibalize 11 letters 1 synonym
9. coal 4 letters 9 synonyms
10. do drugs 7 letters 1 synonym
11. drink 5 letters 69 synonyms
12. drug 4 letters 86 synonyms
13. eat 3 letters 45 synonyms
14. eke out 6 letters 2 synonyms
15. farm 4 letters 32 synonyms
16. feed 4 letters 72 synonyms
17. fill 4 letters 98 synonyms
18. fuddle 6 letters 31 synonym
19. fuel 4 letters 1 synonym
20. get down 7 letters 33 synonyms
21. gross 5 letters 128 synonyms
22. habituate 9 letters 12 synonyms
23. hit 3 letters 198 synonyms
24. imbibe 6 letters 28 synonyms
25. incorporate 11 letters 53 synonyms
26. induct 6 letters 15 synonyms
27. kid 3 letters 58 synonyms
28. mop 3 letters 24 synonyms
29. mop up 5 letters 21 synonym
30. partake 7 letters 14 synonyms
31. pay 3 letters 98 synonyms
32. preview 7 letters 2 synonyms
33. profit 6 letters 92 synonyms
34. pull the leg of 12 letters 1 synonym
35. raise 5 letters 179 synonyms
36. rake in 6 letters 1 synonym
37. rake off 7 letters 2 synonyms
38. replete 7 letters 27 synonyms
39. sample 6 letters 52 synonyms
40. sate 4 letters 20 synonyms
41. satiate 7 letters 46 synonyms
42. see 3 letters 115 synonyms
43. shovel in 8 letters 4 synonyms
44. smoke 5 letters 73 synonyms
45. spectate 8 letters 0 synonyms
46. sponge up 8 letters 0 synonyms
47. squeeze out 10 letters 9 synonyms
48. suck 4 letters 29 synonyms
49. suck in 6 letters 5 synonyms
50. sup 3 letters 14 synonyms
51. swallow 7 letters 61 synonym
52. take home 8 letters 1 synonym
53. taste 5 letters 119 synonyms
54. touch 5 letters 175 synonyms
55. try 3 letters 71 synonym
56. try out 6 letters 12 synonyms
57. turn a profit 11 letters 1 synonym
58. use 3 letters 130 synonyms
59. visualise 9 letters 29 synonyms
60. visualize 9 letters 31 synonym
61. welcome 7 letters 64 synonyms
62. wipe up 6 letters 2 synonyms
63. yield 5 letters 152 synonyms
1 see also
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. take 4 letters 209 synonyms

2. take in (Noun)

1 definition
take in (Noun) —   The act of taking in as by fooling, cheating or swindling someone
4 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. deceit 6 letters 71 synonym
2. deception 9 letters 128 synonyms
3. dissembling 11 letters 27 synonyms
4. dissimulation 13 letters 22 synonyms
12 misspelling
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absorb, accept, admit, adopt, assimilate, en.synonym.one, baffle, befool, believe, best, bewilder, bring in, catch, cheat, clear, cod, collect, con, conclude, consume, deceive, draw, drink, dupe, earn, father, en.synonym.one, fathom, fool, gain, gather in, gull, gyp, have, imbibe, ingest, inherit, invite, make, mislead, mother, obtain, outwit, overhear, partake, pull in, put on, put one across, put one over, realise, realize, receive, en.synonym.one, secure, see, slang, soak up, sop up, suck, suck in, suck up, swallow, swindle, take, take possession of, take up, trick, understand, view, watch.
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