Follow and Take in

Follow

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Follow verb – To come after in time.
Take in is a synonym for follow in understand topic. In some cases you can use "Take in" instead a verb "Follow".
Nearby Words: following, follower, followed
Synonyms for Follow

Take in

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Take in verb – To cause to believe what is untrue.
Follow is a synonym for take in. Sometimes you can use "Follow" instead a verb "Take in".
Synonyms for Take in

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  • Older brother contacts Father Flanagan, asking him to take in his little brother so he won't follow the same path.
  • Film / Boys Town Joe contacts Father Flanagan, asking him to take in his little brother so he won't follow the same path.
  • Clock Punk GURPS Steampunk, a genre book, and its follow-up, GURPS Steam-Tech, cast their net wide enough to take in Clockpunk, with discussion of the cinematically efficient spring technology needed to power a Clockpunk setting and so on.
    Source: Clock Punk
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