imported

[ verb im-pawrt, -pohrt; noun im-pawrt, -pohrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF imported

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The inference is that he was imported from abroad for the purpose of committing this outrage.

She had been imported from the East by her husband three years before.

They have coal, but even the wood to kindle the coal is imported.

Solomon built ships and imported Phœnician sailors for his fleet.

On paper, the rich purse was a gift to the imported mare Auckland.

And its engines were built in America, while those of the Clermont had been imported from England.

A dog in the north, even though he has been imported, is never heard to bark.

She gave her hand with a dainty grace and a bow that might have been imported from Paris.

These were questions to which it imported him to have the answers.

She smiled gently at his words, and turned the conversation to the matter that imported most.

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