Simple past tense and past participle of invest.(verb)
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Use "invested" in a sentence
"The conferring of the degree of Master of Arts, as a title invested with certain specific academic privileges, is closely connected in origin with the early history of the University of Paris, which was the mother-university in arts as Bologna was in law."
"So she took the money, for of course she had to bring us up, and couldn't do it without -- and what they call invested it."
"The word "invested" erroneously suggests that public-sector pay amounts to capital formation, rather than to recurring expense - an unsettling fallacy."