adopted[ uh-dopt ]SEE DEFINITION OF adopted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADOPTED
"I am Eudora, the adopted daughter of Phidias," rejoined the maiden.
"Some slaves have been publicly registered as adopted children," said Eudora.
During that ten days, and later, he adopted a systematic plan of work.
With a firm and unanimous voice the resolution to follow him was adopted.
I adopted the name "Thompson," from my new master, which I have since retained.
To Pope's corrections, which Garth adopted, Mason had added a comment.
He adopted the gentle, almost tender tone that made most women his slaves.
When he adopted it, I knew he was lying, because I was lying myself.
We have adopted this system in all respects but one, and that the vital one.
Such a proceeding was not unlikely; it was not, however, the one she adopted.