"Take it!" : 3 answers – Crossword-Clue
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___ crow (take it all back) ___ out (take it easy) ''Take ___ it comes'' ''Take It Easy'' group ''Take it or leave it!'' "___ Not Gonna Take It" "___ take it!" "I can take it" types "I could take it or leave it," slangily "I take it back" "I'll take it, Howie!" "I'll take it!" "I'll take it!" sayer "I've got to take it on the ___ side" RHCP "Just take it" "Take it ___ the top" "Take It ---" (Eagles hit) "Take it . . ." "Take it ..." "Take it as ___ not at all" "Take it away!" "Take it easy on the udder, will ya?!" "Take it easy!" "Take it Easy" group "Take It Easy" lead singer Glenn "Take it from me!" "Take It From Me" author Brockovich "Take it off!" "Take it on the lam!" "Take it to the ___, one more time" "Take It to the ___" "Take it! It's yours!" "Take it!" "Take it!" response, in a jazz club "The Powerfully Effective, Take It Only When You Need It, Sinus and Allergy Medicine" "We're Not ___ Take It" ("Tommy" tune) "We're Not Gonna Take It" Snider "Westward ___ takes its way": J.Q. Adams "When you're slapped, you'll take it and like it" speaker "While you ___ chance, take it" "You ___ take it with you" "You can take it from there" "You Can't Take It With You" director "You Can't Take it With You" playwright "You Can't Take It with You" playwright "You Can't Take It With You" star "You take it" 1930 novel that takes its title from Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" 1938 Oscar nominee for "You Can't Take It With You" A carhop takes it A cast may take it A debater takes it A felon might take it A good way to "take it" A lot of H.S. juniors take it A nurse might take it A secretary might take it A shooter takes it off A stripper takes it off A vampire might take it to heart An alien may take it: Abbr. An expat may take it: Abbr. Angry, and not going to take it anymore Ant movie with the tagline "Kill one and two take its place!" Boy Scouts take it Built to take it Bunnies take it to the top Can't take it any longer Can't take it anymore Didn't take it any longer Didn't take it lying down, say Director of "You Can't Take It With You" Doctors take it Eagles "Take It to the ___" Editor's "take it out" Frodo takes it to Mordor H.S. freshmen may take it H.S. sophs may take it H.S. sophs might take it Hawaiian's phrase that can mean "Take it easy" He can't take it High school jrs. take it How some take it How you may take it? Hwy. that takes its tolls In Mexico, you take it lying down Insect that will take it all back It might go wherever the wind takes it Lead-in to "kidding" and "gonna take it" Leaders take it Liquor could help take it off Mad as hell and not going to take it any more Mad as hell and not going to take it anymore Many an ex-pat takes it Me and My Girl "Take It On the ___" No longer take it Not able to take it easy Not going to take it anymore Not take it lying down One cannot take it at face value One might take it for a drive One way to take it People generally don't take it well Person from whom something takes its name Place to take it on Rd. that takes its toll? Really take it easy Republicans failed to take it over in 2010 Shock-rockers take it to this (with "the") Some aliens take it: Abbr. Some coll. seniors take it Some coll. seniors take it for Harvard and Yale, but not for Princeton Some college srs. take it Some might take it for a spin Some people take it to relax Some srs. take it Some take it for a walk Some take it, others beat it Something that takes its toll?: Abbr. Spanish city from which sherry takes it name Srs. may take it Take it all back Take it all off? Take it as a sign Take it as it comes Take it back Take it easy (with "out") Take it easy before a big day Take it easy, slangily Take it for a trip Take it from the top? Take it off, take it all off Take it on the ___ Take it on the ___ (flee in haste) Take it on the ___ (flee) Take it on the chin Take it on the chin, say Take it or beat it Take it really easy Take it slow Take it that Take it to freedom Take it to make the grade Take it to the highest level? Take it very easy Take its toll? Take off or take it all off Takeout item? Takes it Takes it all off Takes it back Takes it cautiously Takes it easy Takes it easy, in a way Takes it from the top? Takes it off Takes it on the chin Takes it on the lam Takes it slow Tars take it in The "one man" in the tagline, "One man's struggle to take it easy" The British often take it The Donnas "Take It ___" They take it all back Twisted Sister "___ Take It" Way to take it Weapon that takes its name from its inventor Where to take it from? Words preceding "Take it or leave it" You can hang it or take it You can take it or beat it You can take it or leave it You can take it out for a spin You can take it to Jamaica: Abbr. You can take it to the bank You can take it with you You can take it, have it or run for it You can't take it seriously You can't take it with you You don't have to be sick to take it You don't have to take it You may take it lying down You might take it lying down You might take it when you can't make it You shouldn't take it literally You take it lying down
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