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put under

noun as in anesthesia/anaesthesia

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In fact, a host of celebrities have been put under the hold in recent years.

The star was put under the same involuntary hold as Britney Spears and Paris Jackson.

After the Blizzard of 1888, government commanded that utilities in Manhattan be put under ground.

Cut to popular programs are just put under this Function 920 rubric, which allows them to pretend they're not real.

At this time he took on Marlowe, Parker was a major bestseller who did not need to be put under the microscope.

A double battalion of infantry, with one mounted company, was raised from among them, and put under picked British officers.

You were all put under bonds to keep the peace not three days ago, and here you're at it—fighting like badgers.

The people that were ill were put under the care of Mr. Zimers, the Surgeon-General.

The catch pan is put under the drum to catch the surplus solder.

The wood was sawed and split, and put under cover, and then the society returned to the village, as happy as happy could be.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to put under, such as: analgesia, insentience, numbness, stupor, unconsciousness, and asleep.

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