Takes exception to Takes exception to - red sum Takes five Takes for a home, perhaps Takes for a ride Takes for granted Takes form Takes heart, getting record win, perhaps? Takes no chances Takes nothing in Takes notice of Takes off Takes off faster, so leaves behind …Takes off for journey aboard ship Takes off life support?
Takes down Takes down American military set-ups Takes down, as a poster Takes drug endlessly Takes early steps Takes effect Takes evening courses?
Take steps Take steps in a court Take stock of Take stock? Take sixteen to Paris Take small bites Take some exercise, fool! Take some pressure off Take someone's wheels fro Take something the wrong way? Yes Take flight that's sound from Jersey, boarding vessel Take flight to unite? Take down a notch Take down a peg Take down a peg or two Take down criminal with old martial art Take down girl’s garment Take down stuff on ship, ruing errors Take down the aisle again Take down ___Take down ___ (humble)Take down, in a way Take ecstasy Take effect Take evasive action Take exam on flourishing poet Take exception Take exception to Take exception to Egyptian leader retiring Take exception to topless show Take exercise? Take first place in a whi Take five Take flight Take flight here, having broken a wrist? Take it off, take it all Take it on the lam Take it on the ___ (flee)Take it or leave it!
Take home, after taxes Take huge risks with head of army following serpent queen Take illegally Take immediate steps Take in Take in (food)Take in a bank somewhere in Germany Take in again Take in American in Spielberg film Take in duke initially Take in lustre in object regarded as sacred Take in or let out Take in or on Take in or out Take in slowly Take in strange oxygen-depleted moonscapes Take in tentatively Take in the mail Take in, as a stray cat Take in, as guests Take in, e.g. Take into a flying saucer Take into account son cried when upset Take into custody Take issue Take it as a sign Take it away from work Take it easy Take it easy, slangily Take it from the top? Take umbrage at Take under one's wing Take unlawfully Take unnecessary risks Take up Take up again Take up again, as a case Take up again, e.g. This is a good laugh, taking top off Take train stations by fo Take trouble with exercises Take turns Take turns? Take to the limit Take to the skies Take to the sky Take to the slopes Take to the soapbox Take to the stump Take to the trail Take to Vegas, maybe Take to water, about to abandon attempt to take in air Take to ___ (reprimand)Take too far Take too long Take too much of, briefly Take too much off boxwood sculpted harness piece Take top off? Take to the cleaners Take to the dump Take to the hills? Take temporarily Take temporary charge Take the algae out for a Take the bait Take the blame for Take the cake Take the cake?