Intended for the stage as in a theater.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of stage.(verb)
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Use "staged" in a sentence
"Political liberals, who meander around the centre of the political spectrum, are now agreeable to what they call a staged transition, rather than complete transformation, from military to democratic rule."
"Looking at the era in which it was staged, is there anything wrong with showing an obese, dark-skinned, self-concious child that because of the images that were consistently driven into the black culture as being "beautiful" greatly influenced how black girls viewed themselves?"
"The specific case before the court dealt with tapes showing pit bulldogs attacking other animals and one another in staged confrontations."