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adjective as in investigated

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Nelson wrote a paper at Dartmouth on Standard Oil, which was about as defensive and as deeply researched as you would expect.

“Each room has a well-researched story behind it,” Harlacher, a native New Yorker, said.

They choose herbal remedies instead of well-researched medications and operations to treat serious illnesses like cancer.

Wall Street Journal: “[D]eeply researched and totally absorbing[.]”

Newsday: “Thoroughly researched, written with intelligence, sympathy and grace, it is a model of first-rate literary biography.”

As it was, Brennan was unsure of his legal rights, and he could not plan until he had researched the problem most thoroughly.

We had our antiquarian papers of lore and researched history in exercise-books, rolled up and tied with string.

Dagobert searched and researched every article—peeped into all the corners of the portmanteau—still nothing!

Sequential Problem Solving is about finding alternative solutions to problems and executing well researched plans.

He never researched, never revised, never even glanced at the copy.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to researched, such as: checked, considered, explored, inspected, measured, and null.

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