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Definition of "licensed" []

  • Able to serve alcoholic drinks by virtue of having a licence for this (adjective)
  • Supplied with a proper or necessary licence (adjective)
  • Having been issued with a license by the required authority. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of license. (verb)

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Use "licensed" in a sentence
  • "New York and Washington and which she described as licensed prostitution, men's futile and disastrous attempt to deal with social corruption."
  • "So, the combination of these things with the strong licensee model, a strong direct office model, a component of the direct office model which we don't often talk about, is the fact that approximately 35\% to 40\% of our revenue from our direct office comes from what we call our licensed facilitators."
  • "In the 1970s, Marvel Comics tried publishing sword & sorcery titles (licensed from the estate of Robert E. Howard), monster titles (Wolk offers a lengthy appreciation of the Marv Wolfman/Gene Colan Tomb of Dracula in Reading Comics), war comics (Combat Kelly seems to have failed in 1972), jungle adventure (Shanna the She-Devil sputtered out after two attempts), even Romance -- Millie the Model lasted until 1973."