EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LINKED
"This is what I call a rescue," whispered Yates to his linked companion.
They were as if linked together, parted merely by the narrowest of passages.
The problems of love are linked on to the needs of the race.
The problems of our individual loves are linked on to the racial life.
He traced it all to Emilio, and was hot with a curiosity that was linked closely with his passion.
These alone, of all the objects about him, linked him to the dead mother.
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If he did wrong, his error was linked to its own punishment.
There are associations of sound and of sense by which every word is linked to every other.
Devotion and gain when linked together will form an unbreakable bond.
"torch," 1520s, of uncertain origin, possibly from Medieval Latin linchinus, from lichinus "wick," from Greek lykhnos "portable light, lamp."
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LINKED
- in the same category
- in touch with
- knit together
- of that ilk
- tied up