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We built the tour budget ourselves and modeled projected revenue against expenses.

Most of the Atari employees I saw projected an aura of almost delirious bliss.

The company now estimates it will cost $8 billion, nearly 50 percent more than the $5.4 billion projected six years ago.

For instance, in Arkansas, a projected 57 percent of voters backed Republican Tom Cotton for the Senate.

When his success was finally projected for the crowd—a 58 to 40 win—the crowd roared, popcorn spilling onto the floor.

He did not speak to Nigel of the projected visit, and Nigel did not say anything more about Mrs. Chepstow.

But scarcely had the new ambassador arrived at his destination when he heard of Bonaparte's projected expedition to Egypt.

It was thanks to the discovery of this plot that the Marshal first got information of his enemies' projected advance.

In the center of the spot was a crude sign, projected in black lines upon the wall.

Watching the projected sign of the eye upon the wall, he nevertheless moved swiftly and silently toward the French windows.

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On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to projected, such as: calculated, careful, cautious, cold-blooded, conscious, and meticulous.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.