- v. Simple past tense and past participle of calibrate.
- adj. marked with or divided into degrees
“Still, the RBI continues what it calls a "calibrated approach".”
“What is bewildering is the RBI's choice to continue with what it calls "calibrated" tightening, or a quarter-point increase every month or so.”
“Some people probably can hand-roll a round calibrated from a specific rifle for 120 yards, 2 feet, 4 and a half inches.”
“Her orgasm, once again calibrated to her aesthetic sensitivity, subsumes the reader, transferring pleasure from body to sight to word and back again with seamless ease.”
“... of Kate Bernadette Benedict's Here From Away is up: Poet performs acts of devotion in calibrated observance of life.”
“TV’s are calibrated from the factory to create a specific “look” in the dealer showroom, to generate sales, not for accurate reproduction of the movie.”
“It’s all geared toward creating the ultimate luxury product: a remote brain calibrated to an employer’s every whim and desire, one that can anticipate all needs and eliminate most decisions from daily life.”
“But I acknowledge using these terms loosely in a title calibrated ” as titles must be ” to stir interest.”
“Of a name calibrated all their musing differences.”
“Actually, it's called the calibrated vaginal stimulator," Komisaruk tells me.”
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