Definition of "cemented" []

  • A fine grey powder made of a mixture of calcined limestone and clay, used with water and sand to make mortar, or with water, sand, and aggregate, to make concrete (noun)
  • A binder, glue, or adhesive (noun)
  • Something that unites or joins; bond (noun)
  • Any of various materials used in filling teeth (noun)
  • Mineral matter, such as silica and calcite, that binds together particles of rock, bones, etc, to form a solid mass of sedimentary rock (noun)
  • To reinforce or consolidate (verb)
  • To join, bind, or glue together with or as if with cement (verb)
  • To coat or cover with cement (verb)
  • Bonded by cement or a similar substance (adverb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Simple past tense and past participle of cement. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cemented" in a sentence
  • "With "Random Winds" (1980), the story of a doctor and the three women who haunt his life, and "Eden Burning" (1982), about a wealthy young woman who endures rape only to become pregnant with her attacker's child, Mrs. Plain cemented her reputation as what the Times called "the queen of family-saga writers.""
  • "Good idea to rediscover cement, a lots of plastic objects could be converted in cemented, but this thing will broke my NetBook into two pieces"
  • "And Hendrick does want to win more championships, even though the 2010 title cemented the organization as one of the best in professional sports."