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  • as indiverted
  • as inreserved

synonyms for preempted

  • amused
  • averted
  • changed
  • entertained
  • reclassified
  • redirected
  • sidetracked
  • used
  • rebudgeted
  • rechanneled
  • taken away
  • taken over
  • turned aside
  • booked
  • restricted
  • appropriated
  • claimed
  • engaged
  • kept
  • limited
  • qualified
  • retained
  • taken
  • laid away
  • private
  • roped off
  • set apart
  • set aside
  • spoken for
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antonyms for preempted

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  • bored
  • depressed
  • disengaged
  • unlimited
  • unrestricted
  • extroverted
  • friendly
  • given
  • offered
  • outgoing
  • sociable
  • unreserved
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How to use preempted in a sentence

So much earth must be preempted to extract so much moisture.
THE LAND OF LITTLE RAINMARY AUSTIN
“Maybe the pretty girls will all be preempted before you get there,” Leigh replied.
WINNING THE WILDERNESSMARGARET HILL MCCARTER
This vantage ground had been preempted mainly by the old men whose hearing was growing dim.
THE BONDBOYGEORGE W. (GEORGE WASHINGTON) OGDEN
But this region was at once preempted for freedom upon the discovery of gold.
THE ANTI-SLAVERY CRUSADEJESSE MACY
"Lower ten, car seven," was my berth-the one I had bought and found preempted.
THE MAN IN LOWER TENMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
The lowlands were preempted long ago, and the contest for parts of them between the mills and the homes has been intense.
CHARITIES AND THE COMMONS: THE PITTSBURGH SURVEY, PART I: THE PEOPLEVARIOUS
Moreover, one bank is preempted by the railroad, the other by the long and unsightly stretches of mill yard.
CHARITIES AND THE COMMONS: THE PITTSBURGH SURVEY, PART I: THE PEOPLEVARIOUS
Every large vacant lot in the safe zone was preempted and even the cemeteries were crowded.
COMPLETE STORY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO HORRORRICHARD LINTHICUM
They entered, but did not sit down, as there was only one chair, which later was preempted by Welty.
EDITH AND JOHNFRANKLIN S. FARQUHAR
He preempted land on the Pataha prairie and resided there until 1876.
LYMAN'S HISTORY OF OLD WALLA WALLA COUNTY, VOL. 1 (OF 2)WILLIAM DENISON LYMAN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PREEMPTED

  • amused
  • averted
  • changed
  • entertained
  • preempted
  • rebudgeted
  • rechanneled
  • reclassified
  • redirected
  • sidetracked
  • taken away
  • taken over
  • turned aside
  • used
  • appropriated
  • booked
  • claimed
  • engaged
  • kept
  • laid away
  • limited
  • preempted
  • private
  • qualified
  • restricted
  • retained
  • roped off
  • set apart
  • set aside
  • spoken for
  • taken
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.