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    1. "No, I rented out the cabin and have a cash crop in the field that I've got to get in next week

    2. "I get that in that club

    3. you don’t ever spark the match can you create fire? Yes, I get it, you can rub sticks together, but you’re still taking action when you’re rubbing the sticks together

    4. Action will get you off the couch

    5. wishes they can get divine aid to change their situation

    6. inadvertently teach a child that in order to get your approval they

    7. He was hesitant, he didn't know how close he could get to this ghoulish monstrosity

    8. Your brain and the universe need that in order to get you what you want

    9. I get the message

    10. “Vera, did Toby get a drink yet?”

    1. Action gets you into life

    2. The other child gets ignored so

    3. across is that positive behaviour gets attention and one thing all kids

    4. She gets a little company by helmet, she's resurrected a couple others

    5. The bait gets them into the trap and once they enter the water to feed, the soap in the water prevents them from being able to leave

    6. “It gets better than that,” Mr

    7. Moyo doesn't know why his brother, Fumai, gets to eat every day

    8. He doesn't know why he gets clean water

    9. He never gets so much as a “welcome home, honey

    10. As the younger lot today is more focused on his/her career, marriage and having babies gets deferred to late 20s or early 30s vis-à-vis early 20s in the past

    1. Your brain is a very, very powerful tool in getting what you want

    2. "Yes," she was getting frustrated with him, "I've died

    3. " He knew that wasn't getting across what he wanted to say, she'd already said it, 'Frankensteined back to life' after Tdeshi's death

    4. Well, what is that getting you? What do you have because of what you are being? Do you have an argument on your hands with

    5. We are just getting started, we’re just warming up, but I can imagine that you are probably seeing your life in a way that you have never seen it

    6. His curiosity had to be satisfied, it was getting loud and close

    7. The courtyard was shaded by the trees above, many people were out on their balconies now that they were getting into the warm part of the week

    8. It was already getting warm as the rays of Kortrax met them full in the face

    9. Proverb: 4:7: Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding

    10. Many businesses end up selling their business and getting paid only on the value of their customer list

    1. "No, I rented out the cabin and have a cash crop in the field that I've got to get in next week

    2. Even when they got along, she was never as willing as he would have liked and they could now tease about that without rancor

    3. You could have got me up," she told Jorma

    4. Vera and her boyfriend Theo got ownership of the Godiva ever since the outbreak

    5. When you do that, those two things happen; your brain begins to say, “Okay, got it, calculating and

    6. as she judged her cereal boxes as the winner and she got pride of

    7. That realization, that reason why, got me motivated

    8. I knew it was empty when I got here, so to speak

    9. A realization came for me when I got disgusted about not achieving the

    10. He got picked on in school as a kid for stuttering, so my parents told me never to pick on kids, which is fine, but their reasoning was more out of fear that the kid might “snap,” not because it was the right thing to do

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    Synonyms for "get"

    get beget bring forth engender father generate mother sire have suffer sustain contract take acquire develop grow produce make let become go begin commence get down set about set out start start out find incur obtain receive catch amaze baffle beat bewilder dumbfound flummox gravel mystify nonplus perplex pose puzzle stick stupefy vex cause induce stimulate aim drive fix pay back pay off capture bring convey fetch arrest draw get under one's skin arrive come bugger off buzz off fuck off scram experience earn gain win chalk up procure secure learn grasp perceive understand apprehend comprehend seize prepare get ready arrange influence persuade adjust procreate breed propagate reach come to

    "get" definitions

    a return on a shot that seemed impossible to reach and would normally have resulted in a point for the opponent

    come into the possession of something concrete or abstract

    enter or assume a certain state or condition

    cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition

    receive a specified treatment (abstract)

    reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress

    go or come after and bring or take back

    go through (mental or physical states or experiences)

    take vengeance on or get even

    achieve a point or goal

    cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner

    succeed in catching or seizing, especially after a chase

    come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes)

    be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness

    communicate with a place or person; establish communication with, as if by telephone

    give certain properties to something

    move into a desired direction of discourse

    grasp with the mind or develop an understanding of

    attract and fix

    reach with a blow or hit in a particular spot

    reach by calculation

    acquire as a result of some effort or action


    perceive by hearing

    suffer from the receipt of

    receive as a retribution or punishment

    leave immediately; used usually in the imperative form

    reach and board


    evoke an emotional response

    apprehend and reproduce accurately

    earn or achieve a base by being walked by the pitcher

    overcome or destroy

    be a mystery or bewildering to

    take the first step or steps in carrying out an action

    undergo (as of injuries and illnesses)

    make (offspring) by reproduction