connected

[ kuh-nek-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF connected

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONNECTED

The movements of a great nation are connected in all their parts.

Connected with this subject is the character of the currency.

No measure with which his name has since been connected has done him more credit.

Their sole experience of prayer was connected with the South End Mission.

Whatever it was it was connected with horse racing, and he felt sure that he hadn't done it.

I will see that no one connected with the bank shows him the slightest disrespect.

Our marriage once made public, all connected with you will be proud to own you.

In this vast but connected universe we are not the only self-conscious beings.

There is no doubt among antiquaries that they are connected with the burial of the dead.

Generally the anchor-hold was a small room, built of wood, connected with the church.

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