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Definition of "seated" []

  • A piece of furniture designed for sitting on, such as a chair or sofa (noun)
  • The part of a chair, bench, etc, on which one sits (noun)
  • A place to sit, esp one that requires a ticket (noun)
  • The buttocks (noun)
  • The part of a garment covering the buttocks (noun)
  • The part or area serving as the base of an object (noun)
  • The part or surface on which the base of an object rests (noun)
  • The place or centre in which something is located (noun)
  • A place of abode, esp a country mansion that is or was originally the chief residence of a family (noun)
  • A membership or the right to membership in a legislative or similar body (noun)
  • A parliamentary constituency (noun)
  • Membership in a stock exchange (noun)
  • The manner in which a rider sits on a horse (noun)
  • To bring to or place on a seat; cause to sit down (verb)
  • To provide with seats (verb)
  • To place or centre (verb)
  • To set firmly in place (verb)
  • To fix or install in a position of power (verb)
  • To put a seat on or in (an item of furniture, garment, etc) (verb)
  • (of garments) to sag in the area covering the buttocks (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of seat. (verb)

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Use "seated" in a sentence
  • "So deep-seated is this obsession that we in the Anglosphere move seamlessly from discussing rising home prices and house flipping to conjecturing about the opportunities that waves of foreclosures will bring."
  • "Please remain seated, the mothership is closing in on your location and will soon pick you up for minor adjustments."
  • "As in seated at the back of the gathering, from my reading."