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Definition of "adhered" []

  • To stick or hold fast (verb)
  • To be devoted (to a political party, cause, religion, etc); be a follower (of) (verb)
  • To follow closely or exactly (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of adhere. (verb)

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Use "adhered" in a sentence
  • "Diluting the mixture with water will only diminish the quality of the waterproofing roof sealant and hence could cause it to delaminate or become un-adhered from the base surface."
  • "I posted one last comment, which I am certain adhered to the restrictions."
  • "Had Britain adhered to her original purpose of moving the United Empire Loyalists to Australia instead of Canada, it is unlikely that this country would exist today as a political unit."