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Definition of "deeded" [deeded]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of deed. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "deeded" in a sentence
  • "The house's real estate ad specifically noted that the house included "deeded" access to a nearby lake."
  • "My rancher friend Lee, on whose ranch we do most of our hunting, came over to to me the other day at the Post Office, a bit bemused, to tell me to keep my dogs off his entirely "deeded", ie private acreage for the next couple of weeks, because the Government trappers were cleaning out coyotes there."
  • "Sometimes, they are truly "deeded" with the unit, so the unit owner has sole responsibility for maintenance and repairs."