affiliated

[ uh-fil-ee-ey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF affiliated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFILIATED

"The same, in fact, I am affiliated to," remarked the student.

"He may be affiliated to the police," was the thought that passed through his mind.

Late in 1585 the Theatre was affiliated with the adjacent Curtain.

He's affiliated with crooks who operate all over the country.

In blood, the Mongasques are affiliated to their Provenal and Italian neighbors.

Most of them joined or were affiliated with the large societies.

He had asked to be affiliated to their order; and he had borrowed their money.

There are two affiliated and yet quite distinctive functions to his office.

Affiliated to you from my childhood, what must be my present situation?

Most of the above Orders had houses of Nuns affiliated to them.

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