appropriated

[ adjective uh-proh-pree-it; verb uh-proh-pree-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF appropriated
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They had, so to say, appropriated each other, and yet there had been no word of love between them.

Spiritual things can only be spiritually apprehended or appropriated.

As we must imitate her, and hadn't any of our own, we appropriated hers.

It is potential, not actual, and can only be appropriated by strenuous exertion.

The Manxman may have appropriated them, but if he did so he was in a deadly earnest mood.

They had appropriated Corinth, and were reaping the fruits of their fields at home.

Their other real estate has been sold and appropriated to various uses, as we have shown.

He had appropriated their fine feathers, and cared not for the naked bodies of the birds.

The other houses were appropriated to the soldiers for their barracks.

But she could not conceive how much her person had been appropriated by Heemskirk (in his thoughts).

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