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paired

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. mated, pairedadjective

    used of gloves, socks, etc.

  2. opposite, pairedadjective

    of leaves etc; growing in pairs on either side of a stem

    "opposite leaves"

  3. pairedadjective

    mated sexually

Webster Dictionary

  1. Paired

    of Pair

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  1. diaper, repaid

  2. Diaper

  3. Repaid

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of paired in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of paired in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of paired in a Sentence

  1. Sean DeWitt:

    100% necessary, because we know that we need to pull carbon out of the atmosphere, not just reduce our emissions, it's commendable if it's done appropriately. And — it's grossly insufficient on its own. It has to be paired with sound conservation. It has to be part of an overall menu (of climate solutions) that includes decarbonization of our energy systems and transportation systems.

  2. Wang Min:

    The tail fan is aerodynamically functional, whereas the elongated central paired plumes are used for display, which together reflect the interplay between natural selection and sexual selection.

  3. Jessica Kitt:

    We also found that you can overlay the zoomies on top of the cone, and people understand the forecast better, in fact, if they have practice with this, they do a better job of interpreting the NHC cone after this experience than if they did not see the zoomies paired with the cone. So a simple switch for meteorologists might be to show zoomies with the cone.

  4. Isa Noyola:

    Paired with the abuse we know transgender people regularly suffer in ICE detention, the death of Ms. Hernández sends the message that transgender people are disposable and do not deserve dignity, safety, or even life.

  5. The President:

    The tonal shiftThe most tangible development over the course of Tuesday was the subtle, yet very critical, shift in tone coming from the Democratic members who have held significant sway -- or even control -- over the state of play in White House. Red lines that had been drawn were blurred. Public spats that spilled into the open played out again behind closed doors. Yes, the details still need significant work. No, not all members are there yet.But, there was a recognition that something had to happen and fast before The President leaves for Scotland. It's a shift from where members were just before the recess, when Pelosi was forced to postpone a vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill because factions could not come together. The impending deadline of Glasgow paired with the reality of a midterm election just a year away and the constant barrage of stories about Democratic infighting all coalesced and began chipping away at the resolve of folks who up until this point had demanded they get everything or give nothing at all.Here's your signFor example : Members of the progressive caucus started to say they may not need a full Senate vote on the Build Back Better package before they vote for the bipartisan infrastructure bill. Members in that meeting said that is because The President made it abundantly clear that any bill that The President backed and said would have the Senate's support, would. Analysis : Gas prices are high. That could mess with Bidens climate agenda.

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    directed outward; marked by interest in others or concerned with external reality
    • A. extroversive
    • B. eminent
    • C. proprietary
    • D. foreordained

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