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padlocked

adjective as in closed

adjective as in locked

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The padlocked door down the hall was now open, and I found my purse.

The bag had been padlocked shut but there was no evidence of anyone else being inside the flat.

As the book opens, Pete is up in his “padlocked attic,” observing his hometown through binoculars.

Imagine the president standing in front of a padlocked government building and saying that he is putting it up for sale.

The woman took a key from her pocket, unlocking a small, padlocked gate at the rear of the grounds.

In some mysterious way the padlocked book had fallen into strange hands, and had been carried to America.

The padlocked book seemed to have no more to do with the conversation, than a hat or a pair of gloves.

The windows had their board shutters adjusted, the door was padlocked, and a small heap of sand had drifted in on the veranda.

"Perhaps he padlocked the jurors' lips," suggested Emily, whereat all three were merry.

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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to padlocked, such as: bankrupt, locked, sealed, fastened, folded, and dark.

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

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