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Definition of "planted" []

  • Any living organism that typically synthesizes its food from inorganic substances, possesses cellulose cell walls, responds slowly and often permanently to a stimulus, lacks specialized sense organs and nervous system, and has no powers of locomotion (noun)
  • Such an organism that is green, terrestrial, and smaller than a shrub or tree; a herb (noun)
  • A cutting, seedling, or similar structure, esp when ready for transplantation (noun)
  • A thing positioned secretly for discovery by another, esp in order to incriminate an innocent person (noun)
  • A position in which the cue ball can be made to strike an intermediate which then pockets another ball (noun)
  • To set (seeds, crops, etc) into (ground) to grow (verb)
  • To place firmly in position (verb)
  • To establish; found (verb)
  • To implant in the mind (verb)
  • To deliver (a blow) (verb)
  • To position or hide, esp in order to deceive or observe (verb)
  • To place (young fish, oysters, spawn, etc) in (a lake, river, etc) in order to stock the water (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of plant. (verb)

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Use "planted" in a sentence
  • "Mr. Pérez said the document was a forgery, with his name planted for political purposes."
  • "Soon after he came to power in 1981 following the assassination of his predecessor Anwar Sadat by Islamic militants, Mubarak publicly stated that he didn't want to follow the widespread custom in the region of having his name planted on public institutions."
  • "North Ga is all 3rd growth hardwoods except for the paper company land in planted pines. its been loged a few times, so while its mature its not massive."