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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of net.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. resembing a net or a web.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Made into a net or network; formed of meshes or open stitches; reticulated.
- Covered or provided with a net: as, a netted window.
- Caught in a net, as fish; kept in a net, as turtles for sale.
- Covered or marked with a network of intersecting lines; reticulate; cancellated: as, the netted wings of a dragon-fly.
- Forming a network; intersecting: as, the netted veins of an insect's wings.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having open interstices or resembling a web
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The title netted him $1,000 and a photo shoot, including one picture in which Mr. Brown was covered only by his strategically placed arm.
Who was at this house event that McCain netted $3million in one night?
Hillary's "huge 10%" win netted her a hand full of delegates.
Guerin netted No. 400 - his 13th of the season - early in the third period when he buried Chris Campoli's shot past Toskala at 3: 34.
The Kings 'captain netted his third of the game and 11th of the season with 7: 15 remaining when a shot by Jarret Stoll deflected in off his shin pad.
Kalinin netted his first goal with the Rangers and first in 56 games, dating to Feb. 1 with Buffalo, 8: 59 into the third to make it 3-2.
Furthermore, the money was not new but was netted from the sale of Connaught barracks for development.
Just 52 seconds after the 5-foot-11 Callahan took a 4-minute high-sticking penalty for clipping 6-7 defenseman Hal Gill, Malkin netted his first of the night.
The Americans won the opening set after a 24-point tiebreaker when Aspelin netted a forehand volley off Mike Bryan's excellent service return.
Ovechkin netted a low, hard shot from the right circle 2: 28 into the overtime after taking a cross-ice pass from Tom Poti.