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  • 1 Stated — Stat ed (st[=a]t [e^]d), a. 1. Settled; established; fixed. [1913 Webster] He is capable of corruption who receives more than what is the stated and unquestionable fee of his office. Addison. [1913 Webster] 2. Recurring at regular times; not… …

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  • 2 stated — I adjective aforementioned, aforesaid, arranged, ascertained, decided, defined, detailed, determined, established, expressed, fixed, prearranged, predetermined, prescribed, reported, said, set forth, settled, specified, stipulated, told, uttered …

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  • 3 stated — stated; un·stated; …

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  • 4 stated — [stāt′id] adj. 1. fixed or set, as by agreement 2. declared, esp. in specific terms; expressed statedly adv …

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  • 5 stated — Determined, fixed, or settled @ stated meeting A meeting of a board of directors, board of officers, etc., held at the time appointed therefor by law, ordinance, by law, or other regulation; as distinguished from special meetings, which are held… …

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  • 6 Stated — State State, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Stated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Stating}.] 1. To set; to settle; to establish. [R.] [1913 Webster] I myself, though meanest stated, And in court now almost hated. Wither. [1913 Webster] Who calls the council, states… …

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  • 7 stated — adjective Date: circa 1641 1. fixed, regular < the president shall, at stated times, receive…a compensation U.S. Constitution > 2. set down explicitly ; declared < our stated intention > • statedly adverb …

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  • 8 stated — statedly, adv. /stay tid/, adj. 1. fixed or settled: a stated price. 2. explicitly set forth; declared as fact. 3. recognized or official. [1635 45; STATE + ED2] * * * …

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  • 9 stated — adj. Stated is used with these nouns: ↑aim, ↑goal, ↑intention, ↑mission, ↑objective, ↑purpose, ↑reason …

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  • 10 stated — adjective the stated aim of the program Syn: specified, fixed, settled, set, agreed, declared, designated, laid down Ant: undefined, irregular, tacit …

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  • 11 stated — /ˈsteɪtəd/ (say staytuhd) adjective 1. fixed or settled: for a stated fee. 2. explicitly set forth; declared as fact. 3. recognised or official. –statedly, adverb …

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  • 12 stated — adjective declared as fact; explicitly stated • Syn: ↑declared • Similar to: ↑explicit, ↑expressed …

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  • 13 stated — Synonyms and related words: accessible, affirmed, alleged, anchored, announced, ascertained, asserted, asseverated, assured, attested, averred, avouched, avowed, broadcast, brought to notice, certain, certified, circulated, circumscribed,… …

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  • 14 stated — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. established, fixed, regular, aforesaid; see told …

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  • 15 stated — stat·ed || steɪtɪd adj. said, expressed verbally or in writing; settled, fixed steɪt n. condition; stage, phase; mood, emotional condition; splendor; overly excited or distressed; nation; internally autonomous territorial or political unit… …

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  • 16 stated — tasted …

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  • 17 stated — a. 1. Settled, established, regular, fixed. 2. Detailed, set forth, specified …

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  • 18 stated — adj 1. settled, fixed, set, defined; decided, confirmed, concluded; resolved, agreed upon, determined, chosen; ruled, ordained, adjudged, adjudicated. 2. authorized, warranted, sanctioned, approved, allowed; certified, licensed, accredited,… …

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  • 19 stated case — ➔ case * * * stated case UK }} US }} noun [C or U] LAW ► CASE STATED(Cf. ↑case stated) …

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  • 20 stated capital — see capital Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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