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Was Responsible For

Pronunciation of Was Responsible For
/wɒz ɹɪspˈɒnsəbə͡l fɔː/, /wɒz ɹɪspˈɒnsəbə‍l fɔː/, /w_ɒ_z ɹ_ɪ_s_p_ˈɒ_n_s_ə_b_əl f_ɔː/

Synonyms for was responsible for:

answer for (verb)

account for, explain, justify, pay for, atone for, accept the responsibility for, take the blame for.

do (verb)

accomplish, achieve, act, arrange, bring about, cause, close, complete, conclude, cook, create, determine, discharge, effect, end, execute, finish, fix, fulfill, look after, make, move, operate, organize, perform, prepare, produce, succeed, take on, transact, undertake, work, wrap up, wind up, pull off, engage in, get ready, make ready, see to, go for it, be responsible for, do one's thing, get with it, take care of business.

inspire (verb)

affect, animate, arouse, carry, commove, elate, embolden, endue, enkindle, enliven, exalt, excite, exhilarate, fire up, galvanize, get, hearten, imbue, impress, infect, inflame, influence, inform, infuse, inspirit, instill, invigorate, motivate, occasion, provoke, quicken, reassure, set up, spark, spur, stir, strike, sway, touch, trigger, urge, work up, give rise to, give impetus, give one an idea, start off.

lead (verb)

accompany, attend, chaperone, coerce, compel, conduct, convey, convoy, direct, drive, escort, force, guard, impel, induce, manage, persuade, pilot, point out, point the way, precede, prevail, protect, quarterback, route, safeguard, see, shepherd, show, span, squire, steer, traverse, usher, watch over, go along with, show around, show in, pass along, show the way, find a way.

organize (verb)

adapt, adjust, catalogue, classify, codify, combine, compose, constitute, construct, coordinate, correlate, dispose, establish, fashion, fit, form, formulate, frame, get going, get together, group, harmonize, marshal, mold, pigeonhole, put together, range, regulate, run, settle, shape, standardize, straighten, straighten out, tabulate, tailor, Methodize, line up, whip into shape, put in order, take care of, lick into shape.

sponsor (verb)

answer for, back, bankroll, finance, fund, grubstake, guarantee, patronize, stake, subsidize, vouch for, put up money.

supervise (verb)

administer, boss, call the shots, chaperon, control, handle, inspect, keep an eye on, overlook, oversee, ride herd on, superintend, survey, deal with, preside over, crack the whip, run things, be in charge, be in driver's seat, be in the saddle, be on duty, call the play, run the show, sit on top of.

vouch (verb)

affirm, assert, asseverate, assure, avert, avow, certify, confirm, contend, corroborate, cosign, declare, get behind, maintain, okay, predicate, profess, prove, sponsor, substantiate, support, testify, uphold, verify, vow, warrant, witness, put forth, stand up for, sign for, swear to, bear testimony, act as a witness, attest to, give an affidavit, say so, swear up and down, rubber-stamp.

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dis posed

abandon, able, abstain.

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