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Princeton's WordNet

  1. revisedadjective

    improved or brought up to date

    "a revised edition"

  2. revisedadjective

    altered or revised by rephrasing or by adding or deleting material

    "the amended bill passed easily"

Webster Dictionary

  1. Revised

    of Revise

Editors Contribution

  1. revisedverb

    Verb form of the word revise.

    The government revised the guidelines to ensure redistribution of wealth and income among all citizens of the country.


    Submitted by MaryC on April 6, 2020  

Anagrams for revised »

  1. sivered

  2. derives

  3. dervise

  4. deviser

  5. diverse

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of revised in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of revised in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of revised in a Sentence

  1. Gerry Rice:

    We hope that by implementing this revised reform strategy, this can help unlock additional support, continued engagement of the international community and other development partners, including the IMF ... to help Haiti through this difficult period that it's facing.

  2. Grover Norquist:

    CLICK HERE TO GET THE OPINION NEWSLETTER The United States largest employer, Walmart -- its latest sales were not down, but up. It revised its profit forecast not down, but up. Macroeconomic Advisors, Macroeconomic Advisors, just revised its economic growth projections -- no, not down, but up. And the Atlanta Fed just revised its economic growth projections -- again, not down, but up. In the real economy, the President Trump administrations pro-enterprise agenda is working. Lower taxes and less regulation gave businesses the confidence to invest. That means more innovation and higher worker productivity. That means more jobs are created, and workers are paid more because theyre producing more. The latest jobs report saw 164,000 jobs added in July, bringing the labor force to 163.4 million - a record high. With President President Trump, we have the lowest unemployment for 50 years, and the lowest on record for African-American and Hispanic workers. And just published -- the lowest summer youth unemployment in 53 years. Yes, the lowest since 1966. On workers pay, new data the other week showed that earnings rose 4.5 percentin 2017 and 5 percentin 2018, even higher than previously reported - and miles ahead of inflation. While President Trump pray for a recession and Wall Street plays around with the fake economy, the real economy is booming. So is everything just fine and dandy, with nothing to worry about. Can President President Trump and President Trump team just sit back and ride the economic wave all the way to reelection next year ? Not at all. Theres no question that the rest of the world is doing poorly. China, Germany and the UK -- their economies are all heading in the wrong direction. So what should President Trump do to keep our economy moving ahead ? Its no use just yelling at the Fed -- theres a limit to what they can do. But there are two big things the president can do, on his own initiative, without Congress or anyone else. First is something we told you about in June, a positive and practical idea from Grover Norquist, founder and president of Americans for Tax Reform.Get rid of the tax on inflation, and youll see trillions of dollars redeployed to highest and best use.

  3. Andy Haldane:

    Official statistics tend to be lagging and tend to be revised. And what the scraping of the web can do is give us a better today read on what’s going on, it can give us a more timely understanding of whether the fortunes of the economy are turning up or turning down.

  4. Jeff Cooke:

    There was nothing that was agreed to, no plea was entered, no plea has been entered, and again, there was even a revised offer that did not include Breonna Taylor.

  5. Richard Neal:

    We remain committed to working diligently with Ambassador Lighthizer on this agreement. The timeline for consideration of the revised deal depends on the administration's willingness to negotiate with us in good faith to address House Democrats' concerns.

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