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give the glad hand


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Sense: Verb: bestow
Synonyms:
bestow (formal), grant , contribute , confer , impart, present , endow, award , parcel out, hand out, dole out, give out, distribute , gift , donate
Antonyms:
take , snatch , accept , receive , get , withhold , keep , hold on to, save , refuse
Sense: Verb: transfer
Synonyms:
transfer , consign, deliver , entrust , hand over, give over, turn over, transmit, hand , pass on, pass down, bequeath, leave
Sense: Verb: provide sb with
Synonyms:
provide sb with, furnish sb with, supply sb with, hand , hand over, lend, make sure sb has, ensure that sb has, make sth available to, make provision for
Antonyms:
take , reclaim, reserve , retain , withhold
Sense: Verb: administer
Synonyms:
administer, serve , dole out, dish out (slang), mete out, mete, impose, dispense , inject sb with, dose sb with, impart
Antonyms:
take , refuse , withhold , resist , deny
Sense: Verb: produce
Synonyms:
produce , yield , return , create , result in, lead to, give off, give out, give up, provide , issue , emit, let off
Antonyms:
take , consume , deplete , drain
Sense: Verb: spread or convey - followed by 'out'
Synonyms:
spread , transmit, communicate , convey , transfer , broadcast , deliver , disseminate, pass on, share , impart, make sth known, make sth public
Antonyms:
withhold , keep secret, keep silent about
Sense: Verb: deliver a speech, etc.
Synonyms:
deliver , present , make , pronounce , utter
Antonyms:
listen to, hear , take in
Sense: Verb: sacrifice
Synonyms:
give up, give away, give over, sacrifice , relinquish , part with, abdicate, cede, renounce, forsake
Sense: Verb: yield under pressure
Synonyms:
give way, buckle , fold , break , collapse , cave in, come apart, fall apart, crumple, yield , submit , submit to pressure, snap , go (informal)
Antonyms:
resist , remain rigid, hold , hold tight, rise , swell , grow

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