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Definition of "ascended" []

  • To go or move up (a ladder, hill, slope, etc); mount; climb (verb)
  • To slope or incline upwards (verb)
  • To rise to a higher point, level, degree, etc (verb)
  • To follow (a river) upstream towards its source (verb)
  • To trace (a genealogy, etc) back in time (verb)
  • To sing or play (a scale, arpeggio, etc) from the lower to higher notes (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of ascend. (verb)

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Use "ascended" in a sentence
  • "But as he had ascended from the muck into rockier terrain, the barbarian had begun to feel more at ease."
  • "Expedia's shares have ascended from the high teens in July to around $28 recently, though they declined modestly after the company surfaced among potential bidders for online travel agency Opodo Ltd."
  • "By entering into (a) memory building, one ascended from the world in a state of contemplative love."