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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of character.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a character.


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  • Yet in my own multi-generational, multi-charactered story I rediscovered a truth that I had always believed: that all of us are interconnected, that what we do here has an effect over there, that a good deed done here engenders a good result there, that people all over the world, fundamentally, aspire to a few moments of joy in their lives of suffering.

    Samrat Upadhyay: Buddha's Orphans: We're All Connected in our Suffering

  • He cannot brook a wife who will stand up for herself as an individual because he's essentially a weak charactered bully.

    Elizabeth Edwards Confronts Ann Coulter On Hardball

  • Broon's speeches are a bit like a play within a play - a two or three charactered one acted out by the man's different ego states - and at some subconcious level the characters do interact.

    The Madness Of King Brown

  • About this she bound a fillet of brocade, purfled with pearls, jacinths and other jewels, from beneath which she let down two tresses327 each looped with a pendant of ruby, charactered with glittering gold, and she loosed her hair, as it were the sombrest night; and lastly she incensed herself with aloes-wood and scented herself with musk and ambergris, and Hubub said to her, “Allah save thee from the evil eye!”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • In sooth the Nights and Days are charactered, iii.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The ball was a deep sepia, veneered with dirt and turf and generational sweat—it was old, bunged up, it was bashed and tobacco-juiced and stained by natural processes and by the lives behind it, weather-spattered and charactered as a seafront house.


  • He is generally a posterboy for weak-charactered Republican rubber stamp irresponsibility.

    Firedoglake » Blue America: Two Dems in NC — Larry Kissell and Heath Shuler

  • Measuring my neighbors in terms of trust, I place him second behind the highly charactered young indigenous women - the others just followed their stomachs around as he would say.

    Oaxaca and My Children

  • If you are looking for a well plotted, and superbly charactered novel of the sea, this is a true winner.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Vesuvius peering over every intervening summit, she wept as her imagination charactered all the well-known country it overlooked.

    The Italian


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