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Definition of "comprised" []

  • To include; contain (verb)
  • To constitute the whole of; consist of (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of comprise. (verb)

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Use "comprised" in a sentence
  • "That it is merely an application of a principle comprised in the preceding articles is declared by the express words of the article, to wit: "_Dans l'exemption ci-dessus est nommément compris_," etc., "_in the above exemption is particularly comprised_, the imposition of 100 sols per ton established in France on foreign vessels.""
  • "France out of that exemption (which makes the second member of the same article) _was also comprised_; that is to say, if _the whole_ was comprised, _the part_ was comprised."
  • "He has funded the program through his JADE Foundation, an acronym comprised of the first initials of his family: children, Jonathan and Alison, and his wife of 32 years, Ellen."