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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpartookpar‧took /pɑːˈtʊk $ pɑːr-/ verb  x-refthe past tense of partake
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partookBut defense testimony showed that Plympton partook in escalating verbal potshots.The capital, Vasilariov, partook of most of the styles of coral architecture.The Romantics, like each of the other resistance movements, partook of that ecospiritual sensibility in a particular way.They should imagine themselves sitting amid the crowd that partook of the loaves and the fishes.Breeze partook of this refreshment wondering if she had stepped into the pages of Cranford.
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