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Definition of "braked" [braked]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of brake. (verb)

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Use "braked" in a sentence
  • "It made me all the more frustrated that Nixon had blocked our efforts to complete the Great Society agenda of the late 1960s and early 1970s, because a stronger antipoverty policy and a better social safety net could have braked the sharp increase in economic inequality that ensued in America."
  • "Before Denver's playoff train braked hard in New England, the team's magical 2011-2012 could be broken into two chapters: Pre-Tebow, and Tebow."
  • "Momemts later the "pilgrim" braked on the road only about 100 yards away."