Definitions

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  • adj. Furnished with an elevator.

Etymologies

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elevator +‎ -ed

Examples

  • Through the first three quarters of 2009, value has only declined by 16 percentto 20 percent for walk-up and elevatored properties, respectively.

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  • The music became suspenseful now, a series of diminished chords, perhaps a scary moment pending—and sure enough the orchestra reached the stage apron and dropped rather dramatically into the pit and then completely out of sight, elevatored down like so many geeks in tuxedos, a maneuver of a certain farcical bravado, greeted with cheers.

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  • Kemper brushed past them and elevatored up to the twelfth floor.

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  • Farman, the last relic of the old type box-kite with elevator in front appeared shorn of this prefix, and became known as the 'short-horn' in contradistinction to its front-elevatored predecessor which, owing to its general reliability and easy flying capabilities, had long been affectionately called the 'mechanical cow.'

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  • Bonds was taken into a private suite, then about 15 minutes later he elevatored back down to just outside the reunion suite.

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  • Ben shook all out hands and we elevatored back to our airport parking van.

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