classified[ klas-uh-fahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF classified
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLASSIFIED
These books are classified and so arranged as to be of immediate use.
The little Bechers were not classified, but their connection was apparent.
She had irritated him then, for he had not yet classified her.
To the college student life is not classified and systematized to a nicety.
Here they are classified, and thus made to give us a right idea of their use.
Such individuals were classified by my father as criminaloids.
Staining methods may be classified according to the purpose to which they are adapted.
Books should be in one place, papers in another, and thus every thing should be classified.
Consequently, the role of local leadership was also classified.
For more than 80 years United States patents have been classified.