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Webster 1913 Edition


Stated

Stat′ed

(stāt′ĕd)
,
Adj.
1.
Settled; established; fixed.
He is capable of corruption who receives more than what is the
stated
and unquestionable fee of his office.
Addison.
2.
Recurring at regular times; not occasional;
as,
stated
preaching;
stated
business hours
.

Webster 1828 Edition


Stated

STATED

,
pp.
1.
Expressed or represented; told; recited.
2.
a. Settled; established; regular; occurring at regular times; not occasional; as stated hours of business.
3.
Fixed; established; as a stated salary.

Definition 2022


stated

stated

English

Verb

stated

  1. simple past tense and past participle of state

Adjective

stated (not comparable)

  1. Expressed in a statement; uttered or written.
    • 2015, Indian Defence Review (volume 30.3)
      Our stated policy of nonalignment has kept us out of any military alliance such as NATO and Warsaw Pact. However, in reality, we have had to concede ground to nations from which we import military hardware.
  2. Settled; established; fixed.
    • Joseph Addison
      [] he had never any stated hours for his dinner, supper, or sleep; because, said he, we ought to attend the calls of nature, and not set our appetites to our meals []
  3. Recurring at a regular time; not occasional.
    stated preaching
    stated business hours

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