Definitions

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  • verb US Simple past tense and past participle of billet.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "billeted" to the houses of the inhabitants with the result that a deep mutual respect grew up between the two nationalities.

    History of the World War An Authentic Narrative of the World's Greatest War

  • Previous vice presidents for some years were billeted across the street in the Old Executive Office Building, where much of the White House staff actually works.

    The Good Fight

  • Previous vice presidents for some years were billeted across the street in the Old Executive Office Building, where much of the White House staff actually works.

    The Good Fight

  • Previous vice presidents for some years were billeted across the street in the Old Executive Office Building, where much of the White House staff actually works.

    The Good Fight

  • The doctor was billeted at turns in various family homes over the two years at his posting.

    Chamula Power

  • The doctor was billeted at turns in various family homes over the two years at his posting.

    Chamula Power

  • The doctor was billeted at turns in various family homes over the two years at his posting.

    Chamula Power

  • The doctor was billeted at turns in various family homes over the two years at his posting.

    Chamula Power

  • The doctor was billeted at turns in various family homes over the two years at his posting.

    Chamula Power

  • The doctor was billeted at turns in various family homes over the two years at his posting.

    Chamula Power

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  • "I might owe my life to Sam's insistence that the vampire be billeted at my house."-Dead as a Doornail, by Charlaine Harris

    May 19, 2011