take something

see under take it.

Words Nearby take something

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How to use take something in a sentence

  • This feeling became so strong that at last I rose, intending to take something to quiet myself.

    Urania | Camille Flammarion
  • I know even now that you will take something from the woman and be unable to save me.'

    Grimms' Fairy Tales | The Brothers Grimm
  • And, Thomas,—Mary,—I want you to let me take something else.

    Littlebourne Lock | F. Bayford Harrison
  • My father came several times, and repeated his urgent request, that Simon would take something; but it was of no avail.

  • Then, just as I was coming near, you thrust your hand down into that old stump, and you certainly did take something out.

    Betty Vivian | L. T. Meade