compacted[ adjective kuhm-pakt, kom-, kom-pakt; verb kuhm-pakt; noun kom-pakt ]SEE DEFINITION OF compacted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPACTED
The gravel may be compacted by rolling or may be allowed to pack from the action of traffic.
It is of these that the stuff of his message is compacted; it is from these that its essence is distilled.
It was compacted between us that ever you would get you gone early.'
It was the thought of the reserve energies that had been compacted into them.
Spores attached to jointed filaments which are either free or compacted.
If the snow were compacted to half its original volume then the ratio would be 1:2.
The bottom was of gravel so compacted as to be nearly as hard as stone.
Water so compacted that it was like a river on edge, engulfing.
The Church of God is said to be “compacted by that which every joint supplieth.”
Both are compacted into a whole by means of an introductory Prologue.