adapted

[ uh-dapt ]SEE DEFINITION OF adapted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADAPTED

His narrative is adapted alike for the juvenile mind and for the adult.

The music was adapted from Athaliah, which, so far, had only been heard at Oxford.

But his instrument was never used on the ocean lines, and, indeed, it was not adapted for them.

But Mr. Thoreau was equipped with a most adapted and serviceable body.

During my seclusion from the world, I had adapted my dress to my situation.

Coleridge has 'adapted' the words of Statius to point his own moral.

Many of these engines are adapted to the use of straw as fuel.

Moreover, our boots are of rough hide, and not adapted for blacking.

They are brought to be eaten, and if not adapted properly to the occasion, they are deformities on the dish instead of ornaments.

But our State in which one man plays one part only is not adapted for complexity.

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