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Definition of "stationed" []

  • The place or position at which a thing or person stands or is supposed to stand (noun)
  • A place along a route or line at which a bus, train, etc, stops for fuel or to pick up or let off passengers or goods, esp one with ancillary buildings and services (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • The headquarters or local offices of an official organization such as the police or fire services (noun)
  • A building, depot, etc, with special equipment for some particular purpose (noun)
  • A place of duty (noun)
  • A location to which a ship or fleet is assigned for duty (noun)
  • An assigned location for a member of a ship's crew (noun)
  • A radio or television channel (noun)
  • A position or standing, as in a particular society or organization (noun)
  • The type of one's occupation; calling (noun)
  • (in British India) a place where the British district officials or garrison officers resided (noun)
  • The type of habitat occupied by a particular animal or plant (noun)
  • A large sheep or cattle farm (noun)
  • A point at which a reading is made or which is used as a point of reference (noun)
  • One of the Stations of the Cross (noun)
  • Any of the churches (station churches) in Rome that have been used from ancient times as points of assembly for religious processions and ceremonies on particular days (station days) (noun)
  • (in rural Ireland) mass, preceded by confessions, held annually in a parishioner's dwelling and attended by other parishioners (noun)
  • To place in or assign to a station (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of station. (verb)

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Use "stationed" in a sentence
  • "I was in stationed for the military in DC when the Republicans were in control and it amazed me that as much as they hate liberals, they had the most liberal work schedule I could imagine .... 3 day work weeks so that members could spend time with their "constituents"."
  • "I remember wondering where the hell my brother, a US army captain stationed in the Bronx, and my sister-in-law, an NYPD cop and tougher than concrete, were, if they were in that inferno dying or home safe, and slowly going absolutely bonkers at my desk."
  • "The enemies no longer feared, nor could the subjects any longer trust, the application of a public revenue, the labors of trade and manufactures in the military service, the mutual aid of provinces and armies, and the naval squadrons which were regularly stationed from the mouth of the Elbe to that of the Tyber."
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