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Definition of "delivered" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of deliver. (verb)
  • That has been, or will be delivered in a specific manner (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "delivered" in a sentence
  • "Here he might live a strange litany, delivered from right and wrong and from the hound of heaven and from every God (except the exotic Mexican one who was pretty slack himself and rather addicted to Oriental scents) —delivered from success and hope and poverty into that long chute of indulgence which led, after all, only to the artificial lake of death."
  • "The title delivered unprecedented graphical and sound enhancements, and a great story to boot, featuring Lara Croft's teenaged tomb-raiding origins, accompanied by her former mentor Werner"
  • "But a phrase delivered by George C. Scott in my favorite movie, Patton, is one I’ve remembered since I first heard it at the age of thirteen: “Glory is fleeting.”"