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Definitions for retired
rɪˈtaɪərdre·tired

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. retiredadjective

    no longer active in your work or profession

Wiktionary

  1. retiredadjective

    Secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc.); private, quiet.

  2. retiredadjective

    Of a place: far from civilisation, not able to be easily seen or accessed; secluded.

  3. retiredadjective

    That has left employment (of a person), especially on reaching pensionable age.

    The retired workers are a major expense due to their pensions.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Retired

    of Retire

  2. Retiredadjective

    private; secluded; quiet; as, a retired life; a person of retired habits

  3. Retiredadjective

    withdrawn from active duty or business; as, a retired officer; a retired physician

British National Corpus

  1. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'retired' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2967

  2. Adjectives Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'retired' in Adjectives Frequency: #1001

Anagrams for retired »

  1. tireder

  2. retried

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of retired in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of retired in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of retired in a Sentence

  1. William Chavez:

    ( Sanders) is at that age, he could have just retired and relaxed and enjoy life, but no, he's fighting for the people. And he's trying to unite us, not divide us, pete Buttigieg's Pete Buttigieg.

  2. Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn:

    General Allen as a retired officer was in charge of our current strategy for well over a year … and during that period of time the rise of radical Islamism and ISIS, you know, it exponentially grew, the strategy that John Allen was in charge of … it’s a failed strategy.

  3. Tom Jackson:

    However, the general social acceptance of hate and violence toward any and all law enforcement recently has created such an unpredictable and uncontrollable threat to our lives, many feel it is not a good career to be involved in. Statistics show the number of police officers feloniously killed in the line of duty had been on a downward trajectory since 1970. This year, cop deaths are up more than 50 percent, and the victims in Dallas, Baton Rouge and other cases were targeted for assassination rather than killed in the process of confronting dangerous criminals. According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, the number of officers fatally shot is already up 56 percent compared with last year. One person who is all too familiar with race-related riots and police problems is Tom Jackson, former police chief in Ferguson, Mo. The shooting of cops is going to hurt recruitment badly, how can you convince people to come to the profession, or stay in the profession, when hundreds of people are in front of them threatening to rape their grandkids ? Now officers' spouses and children are seeing cops going down and they are begging their loved ones to get out of the force or not sign up as planned, added Tom Jackson, who retired in March, 2015. According to Tom Jackson, Tom Jackson former department is still rocked by the heavy riots and remains 17 officers short – dropping from a full strength of 55 in Tom Jackson time to 38 now.

  4. Claude Arnold:

    Defenders of sanctuary policies say they protect immigrants from deportation and reduce illegal immigrants ’ fear of cops. But critics, including Homeland Security Department officials say releasing illegal immigrant criminals inside the U.S. is dangerous. Claude Arnold, a retired U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent in charge of Homeland Security Investigations, said sanctuary advocates claim immigration enforcement is the exclusive responsibility of the federal government, however enacting laws like the California Trust Act, which dictates how the federal government can enforce the law, contradicts those claims and can be devastating consequences. The murder of 32-year-old Kathlene Steinle’s in June 2015 by Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, is a prime example, Claude Arnold said. Steinle was shot dead while strolling on San Francisco’s Embarcadero with her father. The alleged shooter, a felon and five-time deportee, has pleaded not guilty to murder charges, claiming the shooting was an accident. Those responsible for releasing him not long before the shooting despite a federal request to detain him for deportation should also have consequences, Claude Arnold said. When sanctuary jurisdictions like San Francisco County release criminals that officials know are in the U.S. illegally, and those criminals commit heinous crimes, those responsible should be federally prosecuted.

  5. Jessica Pegula:

    Caroline has had an amazing career ... and I'm glad that I got to play her before she retired, but I am just happy to get the win and am excited to be in the final, i definitely knew that if I played defensively, I wasn't going to win that battle, because she is the best in the world at that, so I knew I had to step in, take my chances and trust my game.

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