Simple past tense and past participle of okay.(verb)
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Use "okayed" in a sentence
"That Bush I had initially "okayed" the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq but had not, unfortunately, put any parameters on the scope of the invasion, it was supposed to be only the Northern oil fields which by the way could have been justified."
"Thousands of electronic voting machines 'okayed' by the Ciber labs were in use last Nov, despite what the Times reports as a failure by the company to follow quality-control procedures and an inability to 'document that it was conducting all the required tests.' '"
"Some terms are 'okayed' others aren't okayed, in addition to this there is the real world political correctness."