from The Century Dictionary.
- Belonging to planets.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Belonging to planets.
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- adjective poetic, obsolete Belonging to
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The US planeted weapons on the boarder so when there found the US can invade Iran and Syria based on those lies.
On a somewhat more serious, or autobiographical note, when the news came about Pluto being de-planeted, it reminded me of the days as a young teenager in love with the cosmos reading a young adult book about the discovery of Pluto by Tombaugh, and his status as an amateur scientist, and it thrilled me with the possibilities and imagination of what we, I, might be able to do.
He had hired one crewman, a spacer who had been planeted when the captain of a prospecting ship could not
There were worlds where rumor said ships planeted and exchanged cargoes that were not of the usual kind and paid for in unknown ways.
"But, Kilda, when I planeted here, the year was 2301 After Flight."
We had planeted about midmorning and now the sun caught those gleaming surfaces to make them fountains of glare.
Perhaps I had done far better than I had hoped when I had picked up a planeted Free Trader.
At least he could not jump ship until we planeted again.
Yet there were those who had gone before them, and others before and before-until one could not count the empires that had risen and fallen or know how many generations of creatures, many much longer lived than we, had passed since some of those Forerunner ships had planeted on long-forgotten worlds.
They were certainly not government ships, nor did they have the round-bellied, cargo-carrying look of Free Traders'though such might have planeted only to be captured.