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synonyms for placed

  • arranged
  • fixed
  • implanted
  • located
  • planted
  • settled
  • situated
  • allocated
  • allotted
  • based
  • deposited
  • installed
  • lodged
  • occupying
  • positioned
  • quartered
  • rated
  • set
  • stationed
  • stored
  • stowed
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The ESPN talking heads were already setting the committee up for its announcement this past Saturday, with Augusta National Golf Club — a place where the non-rich are told not to bother hoping for membership — as their backdrop.
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I hope that Jowon can find a place, and I can help him find a place that will match exactly what he’s looking for, and that’s my commitment to him, and that’s what I shared with him today.
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Teams are going to be all over the place, and so is the market.
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WORDS RELATED TO PLACED

  • established
  • occupying
  • placed
  • planted
  • positioned
  • situated
  • stationed
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