adjusted

[ uh-juhs-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF adjusted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADJUSTED

In growth all is adjusted to capacity; it is not meant to shock, force, or frighten.

(b) How should they be adjusted for cooking on top of the stove?

"He's as good as we could make him," answered the Trainer, as he adjusted the weight cloth.

A few details had to be adjusted to compensate for Kingozi's lack of eyes.

The preliminaries of the negotiation were adjusted at this interview.

Even Miss Ware smiled a little, and adjusted her gold beads.

Then he tucked her hand snugly under his arm, and she adjusted her step to suit his.

He adjusted his gold-rimmed pince-nez, in order to make a closer scrutiny.

Jed took the letter and, with a hand which shook a little, adjusted his glasses and read.

The assistant took the glasses, adjusted them, and looked as directed.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ADJUSTED

reconciled

adjectivesettled
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