It was now almost an impossibility to speak in her behalf, and to implore pardon for her was to become a partaker of her crime.
You will here be partaker of their guilt, and hereafter of their plagues.
By knowing what is true and doing what is good man becomes righteous and a partaker of the highest bliss.
I was a partaker of all the feelings that were passing in their minds.
The conſternation and horror of which I have been partaker, will more than apologize for my ſilence.
He sees in every man a partaker of his own nature, and a brother of his own species.
He makes him a partaker, indeed, of the Divine nature, and that is a nature which is holy and just and good.
He seemed to be a partaker in what he felt to be her suffering and Tanqueray's shame.
A child partakes of the nature of its parents, and the believer is made "a partaker of the divine nature."
Time only is needed, I am convinced, to make him a partaker of her gifts.
1560s, back-formation from Middle English part-taking (late 14c.), or part-taker (c.1400), both translations of Latin particeps "participant" (n.), also "sharing, partaking" (see participation). Related: Partook; partaking.