estimated

[ verb es-tuh-meyt; noun es-tuh-mit, -meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF estimated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESTIMATED

Stater—A gold coin; estimated at about twelve shillings, three pence.

Here every object was estimated, not for its beauty or elegance, but by its costliness.

The cost of the line was estimated to be less than $7,000 per mile.

To produce this it is estimated that 225,000 tons of coal and coke were consumed.

Beauty Smith had estimated his powers well, for he was invariably the victor.

The Germans estimated their losses in killed and wounded at about 1,000 men.

A hundred and thirty feet long, Thad estimated, with a beam of twenty-five feet.

Instead it was estimated 600 German guns were shortly brought into action.

Its power, simply as an educating agency, can scarcely be estimated.

He estimated that he was within twenty-five yards of the stable.

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