- v. Simple past tense and past participle of store.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Collected or accumulated as a reserve supply.
“The coinage stored there was the most complete collection that had ever existed in any one place in the world.”
“Fortunately for Dakon, he had had a plentiful supply of hay and grain stored in his stable.”
“Is it flying off of battery power alrady stored from the solar cells or do the solar cells sustain flight?”
“The amount of fossil cardon stored is at most the maximum carbon that can sustain life in the biosphere, because it came from the biosphere some 150 million years ago.”
“At Thursday's meeting, board members heard about two options: maintaining the status quo, or reducing the card price to $2.50 but requiring riders to buy a card with at least $2.50 in stored value.”
“California banned it as a pesticide, used mostly in stored grain, in 1986.”
“Finally, I assisted on the practical way by clearing the table, washed the painting equipment and putting away the equipment in stored the safe place then the teacher and the T. A were thanked me for my involvement of support with children and the teacher.”
“The place where all the ancient documents are stored is treated with strong chemicals, so I was told not to stay inside for more than half an hour.”
“The Eleventh Circuit held that constitutional protection in stored copies of e-mail held by third parties disappears as soon as any copy of the communication is delivered.”
“Because of the size of the Iraqi program, however, it is widely believed that significant quantities of chemical agents and precursors remain stored in secret depots.”
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