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synonyms for planned

  • prepared
  • outlined
  • programmed
  • in the making
  • on the docket
  • prospective
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How to use planned in a sentence

The provision is among those to be considered by the House Oversight and Reform Committee as part of an economic stimulus and pandemic response bill being drafted this week for planned voting in the House in upcoming weeks.
FEDERAL WORKERS COULD GET MORE PAID LEAVE IF COVID-19 PREVENTS THEM FROM WORKINGERIC YODERFEBRUARY 10, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The 32-cup hopper holds enough food to keep your pet fed for days, and it’s connected to a highly customizable timed system that automatically releases a pre-planned portion of food on a schedule of your choosing.
THE BEST, MOST PRACTICAL VALENTINE’S DAY GIFTS FOR ANY KIND OF PARTNERPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMFEBRUARY 8, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
During a planned photo op to celebrate the first vaccinations taking place on Friday, December 18, at least 100 residents showed up to protest.
THIS IS THE STANFORD VACCINE ALGORITHM THAT LEFT OUT FRONTLINE DOCTORSEILEEN GUODECEMBER 21, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Following DoorDash’s price bump on its planned IPO, home-sharing company Airbnb said that it, too, would seek to raise more than it initially sought from investors.
REVENUE ISN’T BACK YET, BUT AIRBNB’S VALUATION MAY WELL BELUCINDA SHENDECEMBER 8, 2020FORTUNE
Yet excitement over next week’s planned launch of a mass immunization program was tempered Friday by frustration over a late decision to exclude front line health workers from the first round — though many had already booked appointments.
AS FIRST PFIZER VACCINE DOSES ARRIVE IN U.K., OFFICIALS TELL DOCTORS AND NURSES THEY WON’T GET PRIORITYWILLIAM BOOTH, KARLA ADAMDECEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The Covid-19 pandemic has meant postponing a planned 2020 tour with Santana.
EARTH, WIND & FIRE’S PHILIP BAILEY HOSTS VIRTUAL HOLIDAY GALACMURRAYDECEMBER 3, 2020ESSENCE.COM
The 71-foot long XB-1 hasn’t flown yet and is much smaller than the planned passenger version of the future, called Overture.
THE MOST DARING AEROSPACE INNOVATIONS OF 2020BY ROB VERGER AND CHARLIE WOODDECEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Residents of a Northeast Washington neighborhood are proposing that a vacant former slaughterhouse be designated historic in a bid that could prevent a planned halfway house from opening.
PROPOSED HISTORIC DESIGNATION FOR ‘FORGOTTEN’ D.C. SLAUGHTERHOUSE MAY BLOCK NEW HALFWAY HOUSEJUSTIN WM. MOYERDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Krishna said those results are being obscured by slower-growing IBM units, such as IT infrastructure services, and that the planned spinoff will clarify IBM’s core strength.
QUANTUM COMPUTING COULD REACH THE MARKET BY 2023, SAYS IBM CEODZANEMORRISDECEMBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
The Four Corners plant in New Mexico has seen its planned 2031 retirement date accelerated.
WITH COAL DYING, ARIZONA UTILITY OFFERS $169 MILLION DEAL WITH NAVAJOSCOTT K. JOHNSONNOVEMBER 10, 2020ARS TECHNICA
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WORDS RELATED TO PLANNED

  • anticipated
  • calculated
  • designed
  • directed
  • intended
  • marked
  • planned
  • steered
  • calculated
  • cogitative
  • contemplating
  • contemplative
  • excogitative
  • meditative
  • planned
  • probing
  • purposeful
  • reasoning
  • reflective
  • thinking
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