Definition of "tabled" []

  • A chain of police, soldiers, ships, etc, stationed around an area (noun)
  • A ribbon worn as insignia of honour or rank (noun)
  • A cord or ribbon worn as an ornament or fastening (noun)
  • An ornamental projecting band or continuous moulding along a wall (noun)
  • A form of fruit tree consisting of a single stem bearing fruiting spurs, produced by cutting back all lateral branches (noun)
  • To put or form a cordon (around); close (off) (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of table. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tabled" in a sentence
  • "The proposed amendment was "tabled" - in other words, it was withdrawn."
  • "At the general assembly held at Edinburgh 1641, Mr. Gillespie had a call tabled from the town of Aberdeen, but the lord commissioner and himself here pled his cause so well, that he was for sometime continued at"
  • "It allows a smaller majority - two-thirds rather than three-fourths - of Senators to call a tabled bill back to the full Senate."