Simple past tense and past participle of plan.(verb)
Existing or designed according to a plan(adjective)
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Use "planned" in a sentence
"Police said Tuesday that the people fatally shot on Christmas Day by a man dressed as Santa Claus included his estranged wife, their two teenage children and three other family members in what they described as a planned assault that ended when the assailant killed himself."
"He called Kyl a "nice guy" who had told a "horrible lie" that he said was fed to him by "fanatical enemies of Planned Parenthood who hate the idea that the word 'planned' should ever come before the word 'parenthood.'""
"For their new study, published on Monday in the journal Pediatrics, researchers Nanette Gartrell, a professor of psychiatry at the University of California at San Francisco (and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles), and Henry Bos, a behavioral scientist at the University of Amsterdam, focused on what they call planned lesbian families -- households in which the mothers identified themselves as lesbian at the time of artificial insemination."