Synonyms for filmed

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And when she wakened all that happened in the night was filmed over and had become dreamlike.

He went through the filmed record of every inspection ever made on Weald and on Dara.

The outlander's lidless eyes were filmed with a gray membrane.

They started the telecasts which had been filmed and taped on the voyage from Gimli.

You know, 'A Daughter of the Woods,' and some of the scenes were filmed in the park.

Soon he was on the steel runners gliding about, while Russ filmed him.

The fight would be televised in 3-D and filmed in slow motion.

"It must have been important, though, or Dad wouldn't have filmed the pages," Tom said.

How then shall we turn back again and see with eyes that fear has filmed?

Important scenes were filmed not once or twice, but six, eight, ten times.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English filmen "membrane, thin skin," from West Germanic *filminjan (cf. Old Frisian filmene "skin," Old English fell "hide"), extended from Proto-Germanic *fello(m) "animal hide," from PIE *pel- (4) "skin, hide" (cf. Greek pella, Latin pellis "skin").

Sense of "a thin coat of something" is 1570s, extended by 1845 to the coating of chemical gel on photographic plates. By 1895 this also meant the coating plus the paper or celluloid. First used of "motion pictures" in 1905.

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adjectiverecorded or prepared in advance
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