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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rank.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Arranged in ranks; having ranks: used in composition: as, a four-ranked galley, a galley having four ranks of oars.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. arranged in a sequence of grades or ranks
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His books were removed from British libraries, his works banned by the BBC, and his name ranked alongside the nation's most reviled traitors.
Not with the two teams playing for the title ranked 1-2 in the AP poll.
Wisconsin ranked among the nation's top five in all three crucial categories.
High card: All suits are equal and cards are ranked from the weakest being a 2 through to Ace high being the strongest card.
In the North America category, Austin ranked third, the highest among U.S. airports.
Here's the percentage of children who are obese or overweight in each state, ranked from the highest rates to lowest.
(It again ranked higher than American Idol 's performance show, with a million-viewer margin.) •Family fortune.
The list is based on scariness, lethality, and general malevolence, and is in ranked order (#1 being the most of these attributes).
The Blue Devils 'defense comes in ranked 112th in the nation, allowing 37.8 points per game, and that's after an encouraging performance against Miami last week when the Hurricanes won 28-13.