licensed[ lahy-suh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF licensed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LICENSED
In 1854, he was licensed to preach the Gospel, by the church with which he was connected.
It does not require a professional beggar or a licensed guide to identify him.
Which they're licensed to go 103 bombardin' each other ontil the goin' down of the sun.
They are licensed to practice medicine, dentistry and pharmaceutics.
When the play was finished I was informed that it had to be licensed for performance.
In 1690 two dealers were licensed to sell tea "in publique" in Boston.
The deceased was licensed as a Congregational minister, Nov. 1, 1836.
That was my first licensed wife and we is married in Holly Springs.
The first of these was licensed, but the remainder were not.
This book was licensed to Cawood in 1567-8, and is said to be the only book he had license for.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LICENSED
- bona fide
- ex cathedra
- ex officio