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- Alluring; attractive.
- 1655, Thomas Fuller, The Church-History of Britain from the Birth of Jesus Christ until the Year M.DC.XLVIII, London: John Williams, “The Tenth Century,” p. 128,
- 1793, Charles Dibdin, The Younger Brother, London, for the author, Volume 2, Chapter 9, p. 263,
- 1878, Thomas Hardy, The Return of the Native, Book 3, Chapter 1,
- 1909, Frank Sidgwick, Love and battles, page 291:
- (obsolete) Infectious; contagious.
- c. 1605, William Shakespeare, King Lear, Act II, Scene 4,
- 1647, John Fletcher and Philip Massinger, The False One, Act IV, Scene 3,
- The act by which something is taken.
- (uncountable) A seizure of someone's goods or possessions.
- (uncountable) A state of mental distress, resulting in excited or erratic behavior (in the expression in a taking).
- 1847, Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights, vol. 2, ch. 16, p. 321:
- "[...] at last, he proceeded from staring to touching; he put out his hand and stroked one curl, as gently as if it were a bird. He might have stuck a knife into her neck, she started round in such a taking.
"'Get away, this moment! How dare you touch me? Why are you stopping there?' she cried, in a tone of disgust. [...]
- 1874, Thomas Hardy, Far from the Madding Crowd, Chapter 30,
- 1970, Mary Stewart, The Crystal Cave, New York: Fawcett Crest, Book 1, Chapter 2, p. 26,
- (in the plural) Cash or money received (by a shop または other business, for example).
- Synonyms: income, receipts
- Fred was concerned because the takings from his sweetshop had fallen again for the third week.
- Count the shop's takings.
- 1929, Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own, London: The Hogarth Press, 1931, Chapter 2, p. 60,
- 1995, Rohinton Mistry, A Fine Balance, Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, Chapter 12, pp. 554-555,
- The child was not returned to the mother. [...] strangers giving him suck found it easier to display the utter despair in their faces that made for successful begging, whereas if [the mother] had had the pleasure of clasping her little son to her bosom all day, it would have been impossible to keep a spark of joy, however tiny, out of her eyes, which would have adversely affected the takings.
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