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1. Other synonyms:
place, get, invent, compensate, have, incarnate, appoint, bear, surveil, know, abide, accompany, rest, symbolise, conform to, betide, even out, rival, lie, counterbalance, abide, symbolize, stage, stick to, touch, succeed, watch, grade, personate, dwell, kick around, settle, befall, go, stay, hap, substantiate, pay off, stand for, correct, move, play, personify, catch up with, endure, make up, keep abreast, typify, cook up, come, keep up, establish, constitute, happen, amount to, beryllium, cost, equalise, come over, represent, transpire, trace, chance, nominate, die, stand, postdate, populate, body, contain, hold up, follow, subsist, become, come after, exist, glucinium, hold, rate, even up, correspond, come off, exemplify, comprise, interpret, equal, continue, mean, patch up, hold out, befall, body forth, pursue, dwell, even off, match, live, live on, keep an eye on, come down, make, breathe, look, chance, come about, remain, defend, name, form, disappear, Live, rate, fall out, found, go down, last, grow, survive, occur, inhabit, sit, subsist, observe, institute, bear, consist, manufacture, obtain, endure, done, abide by, comply, go down, operate, plant, betide, become, pay, consist of, present, incorporate, remain, exist, feel, coexist, sit, embody, place, fabricate, come down, pass, pass, hap, espouse, imply, lie, watch over, play along, conciliate, adopt, grade, act, co-occur, do, equate, prevail, signify, denote, take after, map, lay out, come off, appear, go on, survey, continue, reconcile, atomic number 4, cook, cook, travel along, equalize, experience, stick with
Examples of usage:
1. I'll be goin' now. - "The Mysterious Rider", Zane Grey.
2. Why do you say it can't be that?" - "The Iron Woman", Margaret Deland.
3. He must be better. - "John Halifax, Gentleman", Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.
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