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adjective as in qualified

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Abe may soon be gone, then, but his impact on Japan — and the world — is primed to be felt for years to come.

From Vox

These posts can, however, attract a lot of backlinks in their prime.

In 1996, one year before Britain’s handover of Hong Kong to the People’s Republic of China, prime minister John Major made a promise to the colony.

From Quartz

Van Doorninck’s prime responsibilities are urban development and sustainability.

One aspect that remains the prime focus for every local business is the significance of Google My Business.

By the time Gurira took her place at the Google podium to read from the play, the audience was primed for emotion.

As a result, Tisei almost beat Tierney in the Democratic year of 2012 and was primed to win a rematch.

That means that your body is primed to breakdown molecules for energy.

Few series, then, are as primed for in-depth dissections of its most pivotal scenes.

It premiered on a fall TV slate that was overly primed for think pieces and dissection.

If I can make Times Square at five oclock, a bunch of the boys are primed up for a big story.

Sometimes whole companies entered mines by mistake at the very moment that they were primed for explosion.

Boyhood's zenith had been attained: Michael's imagination was primed for strange emotions.

When Paul gave the signal he would be primed for his part in the proceedings.

Dropping behind this they awaited the Indians with freshly primed rifles and pistols.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to primed, such as: fit, informed, prepared, ready, able, and prepped.

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