Placed

Pronunciation of Placed
/plˈe͡ɪst/, /plˈe‍ɪst/, /p_l_ˈeɪ_s_t/

Antonyms for placed:

unsettled, disarranged.

Synonyms for placed:

Sense 1

changed, parked, Occupying.

Other synonyms and related words:

changed, hardened, determined, parked, seated, rigid, Resting, based, dictated.

established (adjective)

fixed, located, settled, positioned, set, Stationed, situated, planted, Rated, Installed, Occupying, implanted, arranged, based.

located (adjective)

located, based, situated.

ranked (adjective)

staged, ranked, Termed, Rated, scaled, graded, marked.

resting (adjective)

Resting.

situated (adjective)

seated.

established (noun)

Resting, based.

attributed (verb)

branded, attached, cast, Attributed, acknowledged, set, applied, blamed, assigned, marked, Ascribed, Imputed, credited, Cited, Referred, accredited, connected.

installed (verb)

initiated, planted, embedded, Grafted, Instated, put, Ensconced, rooted, implanted, positioned, located, Inserted, Installed.

located (verb)

found, Stationed, discovered, posted, situated, Unearthed, spotted, pinpointed.

ordered (verb)

established, mediated, schematized, maintained, orchestrated, structured, supported, categorized, ranked, Charted, ordered, controlled, planned, Schemed, separated, typed, adjusted, plotted, organized, prepared, Righted, regulated, Subordinated, arranged, Scored, Sifted, stabilized, designed, unsnarled, sorted, Classed, formed, grouped, programmed, normalized, Rated, Collated, Methodized, scheduled, harmonized, integrated, stratified, settled, fixed, systematized, framed, unified, Devised, Screened, classified, rationalized, graded, Marshalled, pigeonholed, composed, shaped, arrayed, balanced.

ranked (verb)

marked, scaled, positioned, graded, ranked.

situated (verb)

based, Resting, Stood, seated.

working (verb)

employed.

Usage examples for placed:

  • I gave it to the servant, and she placed it before him. - "From Whose Bourne", Robert Barr.
  • Placed as he was now he could be seen no more. - "The Secret of the Night", Gaston Leroux.
  • Then she looked up and rose to her feet, and placed both hands upon his shoulders. - "Colonel Thorndyke's Secret", G. A. Henty.

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