Synonyms for partaker
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : pahr-teyk|
|Phonetic Transcription : pɑrˈteɪk|
Top 10 synonyms for partaker Other synonyms for the word partaker
- a party to
Définition of partakerOrigin :
- c.1400, from part (n.) + agent noun from take (v.); see partake.
- As in participant : noun person who takes part in activity
- As in party : noun person(s) involved in legal action
- As in guest : noun person accommodated, given hospitality
- I was a partaker of all the feelings that were passing in their minds.
- Extract from : « Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume VI » by Various
- He sees in every man a partaker of his own nature, and a brother of his own species.
- Extract from : « Gathering Jewels » by James Knowles and Matilda Darroch Knowles
- How she envied their happiness, but she did not feel that she was, or ever could be, a partaker with them.
- Extract from : « The Third Miss Symons » by Flora Macdonald Mayor
- You will here be partaker of their guilt, and hereafter of their plagues.
- Extract from : « Select Temperance Tracts » by American Tract Society
- First be partaker of the new life, and then put off the old man with his deeds.
- Extract from : « Expositions of Holy Scripture » by Alexander Maclaren
- He seemed to be a partaker in what he felt to be her suffering and Tanqueray's shame.
- Extract from : « The Creators » by May Sinclair
- Otherwise what will be my fate seeing I am, in a certain degree, partaker with them?
- Extract from : « La Ronge Journal, 1823 » by George Nelson
- Time only is needed, I am convinced, to make him a partaker of her gifts.
- Extract from : « The Shadow of Life » by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
- It was the mission of Rome to make the Gaul the partaker of her tongue and culture.
- Extract from : « The Chief Periods of European History » by Edward A. Freeman
- How then can I become a partaker of his peace if I am not a partaker of his nature?
- Extract from : « The Essence of Christianity » by Ludwig Feuerbach
Antonyms for partaker
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