projected[ noun proj-ekt, -ikt; verb pruh-jekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF projected
Synonyms for projected
- map out
Antonyms for projected
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROJECTED
A suppressed exhilaration rose-tinted every projected scheme.
One would have thought he projected a visit of six months at least.
Drafts of a projected work on Painting and on the study of Proportion.
The artist climbed up on the point, which projected over the river.
New lines, covering in all 3,952 miles, have recently been projected.
The outing had been projected a long time, and was to be the last of the season.
This world is relative to a former world, as it is often projected into a future.
Since the plan of escape had been projected he had lost all will of his own and become passive and inert.
It is the Northern University, first projected in Cromwell's time.
It was not in the way of the projected harbour branch of the line in the least.
"planned, put forth as a project," 1706, past participle adjective from project (v.).
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PROJECTED
- done on purpose
- thought out
- with forethought