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View definitions for circulated

circulated

adjective as in announced

adjective as in uttered

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Last week, union president Elizabeth Davis circulated a “tentative agreement” to members.

Yet even then, experts believe, some version of the virus will continue to circulate, perhaps as a common cold virus or an occasional deadly outbreak among the unvaccinated, for many years, if not forever.

With a highly contagious disease circulating in the country, tens of millions of people have been working for months from home, shopping online and only occasionally visiting shops and eateries.

Fiberglass filters should be changed monthly to prevent dust and dirt from building up and circulating throughout your home, says Rebecca Edwards, lead safety and technology reporter at SafeWise, an online safety resource company.

Popular platforms like Twitter also make it easier to spread information through infographics, circulate crowdfunding pages and share other resources.

Normal procedure is that any member country can request that a document be circulated, and the UN does it pro-forma.

To create that all-important alcohol content, the fumes are circulated out of the still into condensers.

The letter to Kerry was circulated in the senate by Sen. Kelly Ayotte, a Republican and Sen. Bob Casey, a Democrat.

A draft U.N. Security Council resolution circulated this week makes no mention of authorizing such a war.

After the second video circulated Monday, Rice became the first player punished under the new policy.

Moreover, it circulated over all the state where the Elder was well known, and gave the gossips great food for delight.

The resolutions passed by this Congress were circulated throughout the colonies for their approval.

Before the ashes of the old palace were cold, plans for a new palace were circulated and discussed.

There certainly had been one tin of paté, and it circulated at that end; on the other hand, the ladies had all the fondants.

Is there not, beneath it all, one of those scandals that I know are being circulated in Paris against me?

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On this page you'll find 81 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to circulated, such as: declared, disclosed, issued, released, reported, and broadcast.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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