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adjective as in measured

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Leslie timed each of the steps to ensure split second precision.

Timing sex actually improves fertility: A recent study found that women who timed sex around ovulation got pregnant faster.

Titanic has sometimes made $50,000 in a few weeks of well-timed chipping and putting at golf resorts.

Sochi 2014 wasn't all about Bob and his ill-timed eye infection.

If you are going to exercise, workouts need to be less intense and properly timed, says Boyer.

Your visit here is ill-timed; you ought to feel it so; nevertheless, if you stay it out, you must observe good manners.

Although his visit was timed early in the evening, he found Lieutenant Thurstane already with the ladies.

"And attend to all the details—your very words, my dear Pauline," said Henriette, with an admirably timed break in her voice.

"You need not apprehend a refusal, provided your demand is reasonable and properly timed," answered Ida.

He timed his pace to hers, keeping close, his eyes upon her straight slender figure.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to timed, such as: careful, deliberate, restrained, computed, exact, and gauged.

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