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adjective as in treated

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Nearly a quarter of the Terps’ roster is currently in that 21-day process.

The grievance process, which is conducted privately, is ongoing.

The outreach is a continuation of a process he began while still competing, even with those he played against.

He learned at Temple, where he’d had three coaches in four seasons, to trust his process.

Meanwhile, the bankruptcy process has cost the Boy Scouts more than $41 million so far, she said.

I try to eat less processed food, like whole grains, fruits and vegetables, nothing over-processed.

Once in Sicily, the refugees are processed and released by the Italian authorities, who have streamlined the experience.

In your acceptance speech at the National Book Awards, you said, “War is too strange to be processed alone.”

You get to browse full menus by phone and receive confirmation when your order is being processed.

At best, they would be processed and free to return home to sail again.

A lack of processed candles and kerosene oil left only grease and wax to be utilized for making handmade candles.

The next week the colonists harvested and processed the food for storage and immediately planted another crop.

Everyone here is going to have to be processed through the criminal justice system.

Then the filled jars are covered loosely and placed in a water bath and processed; that is, cooked and sterilized.

(c) When should you begin to count the boiling time for food that is being processed in the water bath?


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to processed, such as: handled, prepared, refined, and fixed.

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