from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense and past participle of seek.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of seek.
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- imp. & p. p. of seek.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit and past participle of seek.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being searched for
- adj. that is looked for
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Have you not sought Him often; sought Him in vain, all through the night; sought Him in vain at the gate of that old garden where the fiery sword is set?
Rajaratnam's lawyers had asked for a sentence below the term sought by the government, one that was "fair, dispassionate and proportionate."
They said the federal guideline range overstated the seriousness of Rajaratnam's crimes, and called the term sought by the U.S. "grotesquely severe."
The judge said when Butler was convicted that he probably wouldn't impose the term sought by prosecutors.
The five-year declaration alone, the Board observed, has been consistently held to be insufficient when the term sought to be registered is highly descriptive.
The proponents of the term sought to create a neutral term to include every citizen in the country, very much the same way "British" or "the UK" accommodates the identities of the English, the Scottish, Welsh and others.
The best thing that can be said is that if the term sought is not sophisticated in nature you may find a satisfactory definition in this book.
This process ensured that 90-95% of all the acts that recorded the early hip hop records had the art of the stage show down to a science by the time a label sought them out or signed them.
Manchin sought the most distance from Obama on the Democratic cap and trade bill, which has stalled in Congress and is unpopular in the coal-reliant state.
Meanwhile questions of taste (Cypriot brandy?) andsensitivities arising fromdisproportionate representation, such as for example only a teaspoonful of allspice sought from the Indian Empire, were thankfully offset by sectarian considerations and the tropical climate: Christmas puddings were at this date not high on the agenda of Gandhi, Nehru, or Congress.