scheduled[ skej-ool, -ool, -oo-uhl; British shed-yool, shej-ool ]SEE DEFINITION OF scheduled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCHEDULED
The great northern drive was scheduled to begin May 15, 1917.
The strike was scheduled to begin on the first day of August.
The total value of the property of this Bishop was scheduled at about £3,000.
In 1860, half of the United States artillery was scheduled for conversion.
He's almost got it, but you know intuitions of that caliber can't be scheduled.
"That part of the plan was scheduled to come to a head with this election," said Orne.
"So that's the reason you didn't take off when you were scheduled," he said.
This was as much as they could do to fulfil their promise within their scheduled time.
I really do not remember how many games were scheduled last year.
My boat was scheduled to sail for Sydney on the fourth of January.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR SCHEDULED
- dead set on
- hanging tough
- locked in
- set in stone
- solid as a rock