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Definition of "planned" []

  • Organized (adjective)
  • Premeditated (adjective)
  • Proposed or intended (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of plan. (verb)

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  • Existing or designed according to a plan (adjective)

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Use "planned" in a sentence
  • "Police said Tuesday that the people fatally shot on Christmas Day by a man dressed as Santa Claus included his estranged wife, their two teenage children and three other family members in what they described as a planned assault that ended when the assailant killed himself."
  • "He called Kyl a "nice guy" who had told a "horrible lie" that he said was fed to him by "fanatical enemies of Planned Parenthood who hate the idea that the word 'planned' should ever come before the word 'parenthood.'""
  • "For their new study, published on Monday in the journal Pediatrics, researchers Nanette Gartrell, a professor of psychiatry at the University of California at San Francisco (and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles), and Henry Bos, a behavioral scientist at the University of Amsterdam, focused on what they call planned lesbian families -- households in which the mothers identified themselves as lesbian at the time of artificial insemination."