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adjective as in clothed

adjective as in graduated

adjective as in saved

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We’ll invest $400 billion — that’s how much the federal government will spend — for products made by American workers.

Regardless of where you live, if you’re an outdoors person investing in an ATV, you want to maximize its potential for your intended purpose.

Redwood is one of five companies Amazon is investing in as part of its $2 billion Climate Pledge Fund, announced this year.

For 10 years, Arctaris has invested successfully in low-income neighborhoods, often in partnership with government and philanthropy.

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I heard that phrase—“Square is a beast”—two years ago from a venture capitalist who invests in payments and fintech firms.

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They are personally invested in my growth not only as a dominatrix but as a kinkster and a person.

It was a personal thing she was working towards, and I felt very invested as well seeing her level of commitment.

They have experimented with new products and have invested millions into aggressive marketing and promotion.

Another of the companies in which Alexander invested at the time also drew the attention of Chinese cyberspies.

But they were not making enough profits, as the rate of growth had slowed as Brazil invested in the welfare of its own people.

Accordingly, early in 1799 the general found himself invested with the important command of the Army of Switzerland.

I would gladly avail myself of your offer, but the Residency will be invested in less than an hour.

In accordance with that statement, he had decided that on the next day his son should be formally "invested" with the top-knot.

The invested funds of the society to-day amount to upwards of a million, and in 1897 they were £476,000.

Then followed various clauses defining the duties and authority with which Mr. Hunt, as Manager, was invested.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to invested, such as: attired, cloaked, covered, draped, dressed, and veiled.

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