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Definition of "appointed" []

  • Decided beforehand (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of appoint. (verb)

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Use "appointed" in a sentence
  • "And though it is the nobility of the highest creatures to look forward to, and partly to understand the changes which are appointed for them, preparing for them beforehand; and if, as is usual with _appointed_ changes, they be into"
  • "ST JOHN'S, Antigua -- A firm appointed by Antiguan authorities to liquidate the assets of R. Allen Stanford's offshore Caribbean bank has won control of assets in the U.K. worth more than $100 million, a defeat for a U. S.-appointed receiver in an ongoing fight over jurisdiction in the case."
  • "The General Assembly of North Carolina enacted that commissioners should be appointed by joint ballot of both Houses, "to meet and confer with such deputies as may be _appointed by the other States_ for similar purposes, and with them to discuss and decide upon _the most effectual means to remove the defects of our Federal Union, and to procure the enlarged purposes which it was intended to effect; and that they report such an act to the General Assembly of this State, as, when agreed to by them_, will effectually provide for the same.""