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Definition of "stipulated" [stipulated]

  • Required as a condition of a contract or agreement. (adjective)
  • Specified, promised or guaranteed in an agreement. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of stipulate. (verb)

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Use "stipulated" in a sentence
  • "The enemy crossed the borders immediately upon the expiry of the term stipulated in the ultimatum, and on the 20th October was fought the battle of Talana Hill."
  • "Before the king of the Huns evacuated Italy, he threatened to return more dreadful, and more implacable, if his bride, the princess Honoria, were not delivered to his ambassadors within the term stipulated by the treaty."
  • "Peter Kiernan, Paterson's council, said Tuesday the governor wants the Democratic conference and a coalition of Republicans and one dissident Democrat to agree to what he calls a stipulated session."