View definitions for trucked
adjective as in delivered
adjective as in imported
adjective as in moved
Water got trucked in, and CNN arrived on the scene, creating a national embarrassment for normally boastful Texas officials.
“We are trucked in there just to give some dignity to the occasion,” Scalia said.
These are then trucked north through Egypt, across the Sinai, and into Gaza—a distance of over 1,500 kilometers.
At least one Texas town ran out of water completely and had to have it trucked in.
The rocket stages were trucked to the firing pad assigned to the project and the staff vanished from next door.
Lockhart, watching, remarked, "We are having our equipment and supplies flown up to a town twenty miles away and then trucked in."
The Phelps crowd began to set up a small crusher and cyaniding plant that had been trucked over the trails.
It was littered with the clumsy shapes of pushpots, trucked to this place in an unending stream all night long.
The Swifts and their small group of trusted associates trucked the new robot and the electronic brain out to the site.
On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trucked, such as: conveyed, deposited, dispatched, expressed, forwarded, and mailed.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.