combined

[ kuh m-bahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF combined

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMBINED

Do you mean my particular seat, the clerks, or the duties, or all combined?

And this is said as a combined estimate of New Comedy and palliatae.

Besides its trade and its armorers, other causes had combined to pour wealth into it.

In addition, these vegetables may be combined in almost any way.

(b) How should baking powder be combined with the other ingredients?

Then the dry ingredients are combined and sifted into the liquid.

In short, there were creatures in which were combined the limbs of every species of animals.

From the first to the last moment of her reign, she combined the courtesan with the assassin.

These are 6x2 feet, and have a combined area of 24 square feet.

Behind them, in turn, were grouped silently all the combined safaris.

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