from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having a signature affixed: a signed document.
- adj. Of, relating to, or expressed in a sign language: a signed translation.
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- adj. Having both positive and negative varieties.
- adj. Having a signature, endorsed.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sign.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a handwritten signature
- adj. used of the language of the deaf
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And he signed it signed it gladly despite knowing, as he then said, that it would cost his party the South for a generation.
Each colorful beanie includes a label signed by the woman who made it.
The payment–$20 million–was borrowed as an advance against future Maverick earnings when the label signed a new five-year deal with Warner Bros.
I had changed my name the year after my sister did, reluctantly, giving up the name signed at the bottom of my paintings so I would be harder to find.
All of the officials involved in the leak of my name signed oaths when they joined the government to protect national security secrets.
He is publishing with a Son of a Bitch who will swindle him, & he may print that opinion if he chooses, with my name signed to it.
Hackers using an alias signed up to rent a server through Amazon's EC2 service and launched the attack from there, said the person, who requested anonymity because the information is confidential.
"It's my husband's signature," she said referring to the name signed below that of Obama's mother in the spot for "signature of attendant."
In 2008, the label signed the Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz in Austria and released
She had planned to train for opera after she graduated, but when a boyfriend gave her demo tape to Universal the label signed her up.