correlated

[ verb, adjective kawr-uh-leyt, kor-; noun kawr-uh-lit, -leyt, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF correlated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRELATED

Nor does he suppose it to result from what he calls "correlated development."

When some of them were turned off in the Monroe plant, the rest must have correlated the data.

There never has been a Prof. Owen who has explained: he has correlated.

All of these correlated studies are set forth with detail and illustration.

The small schools must be correlated with some form of high school.

The length of the breathing-tube is correlated with the feeding-habits of the larvæ.

A grey or white colour appears to be correlated with resistance to cold.

Every manifestation of this central life is correlated to every other.

Now, Nature as a whole is such a system of correlated parts.

This molecule is correlated, as it were, to the aggregate to be formed.

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