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Definition of "waged" []

  • (of workers) receiving money regularly for doing a job (adjective)
  • (of work) that one is paid to do (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of wage. (verb)

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Use "waged" in a sentence
  • "This is the war that we should have waged from the very beginning (9/11)."
  • "The new minister is openly defending the interests of the Pashtun society and believes that the external fighting being waged from the border areas and Afghanistan can be settled through traditional "jirga" (negotiations) that bring together the government, elders and clerics and civil society."
  • "Leaving our brave fighting men and women in harms way in a war that shouldn't have been waged is just not good enough."