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more invested

adjective as in clothed

adjective as in graduated

adjective as in saved

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BVR: I guess the trade off would be that the country as a whole feels more invested in the war.

By adding unexpected dimension to Elsa, this one has you more invested in the reunion of these sisters.

There usually is someone who is a little more invested…In her case, she has stuff.

Compared with a year ago, we have more invested in productive capacity, and more of it is being used.

Frum argues that Israel is not the main advocate of military action against Iran – that Saudi Arabia is far more invested.

The last fact appealed to him, perhaps, as much as the one more invested in violence.

Certainly no public singer was ever more invested with a halo of domestic purity.

Think of the many millions of dollars invested in library-buildings and the many millions more invested in the books they shelter!

I've got more invested here already than I'll ever get back again.

Say fifty thousand dollars for purchase money, and then fifty more invested at six per cent.

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

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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