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Princeton's WordNet

  1. stagedadjective

    written for or performed on the stage

    "a staged version of the novel"

  2. arranged, stagedadjective

    deliberately arranged for effect

    "one of those artfully staged photographs"


  1. stagedadjective

    Planned, prepared.

    The conman staged the car accident so he could collect the insurance money/

  2. stagedadjective

    Intended for the stage as in a theater.

    The staged performance was good, but I liked the book better.


  1. Staged

    Staged is a British television comedy series. Set and filmed during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom, primarily using video-conferencing technology, the series star actors Michael Sheen and David Tennant as fictionalised versions of themselves. Simon Evans, Georgia Tennant, Anna Lundberg, and Lucy Eaton also star. The first series premiered 10 June 2020 on BBC One, and the second series premiered 4 January 2021 on BBC One. A Comic Relief New Year Special was uploaded to the BritBox YouTube page on 31 December 2021. A third series premiered 24 November 2022 on BritBox.


  1. staged

    Staged generally refers to something that is deliberately planned, organized, or arranged in advance for presentation or showcasing, often to achieve a specific effect or outcome. It could be an event, a performance, an act, or even a deceptive action intended to create a specific impression or illusion. Staged can also refer to a process that is carried out in steps or phases.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of staged in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of staged in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of staged in a Sentence

  1. Catherine Pugh:

    Like everyone in our city, state and across this nation, we mourned the senseless killing of Jacquelyn Smith. To now learn that family members staged this brutal killing is beyond belief and represents a double tragedy, they were responsible for taking Jacquelyn's life with unconscionable cruelty and contrived to do so in our city under the guise of random violence, exploiting the legitimate fears of our residents.

  2. Heather Thomson:

    It was completely staged and totally fake, it was a ring that Ramona was wearing. And she took it off and gave it to Harry Dubin during season 12 to pretend that it was Harry Dubin during season 12 … it was oneupmanship.

  3. David Bain:

    Arrival increases bode well for Macau's longer-term bull thesis which includes an unparalleled geographic gaming location, small mainland penetration and upcoming multi-staged infrastructure improvements.

  4. Michael Caputo:

    Jerry Corsi doesn't believe the moon landing happened, for example -- Jerry Corsi thinks it was staged.

  5. Lewis Hamilton:

    Hamilton said on Thursday.The Miami GP is the first of two F1 races that will be staged in the US this year -- the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas takes place in October. And in 2023, Las Vegas will become a third American grand prix venue.'At one stage we didn't have a Grand Prix here, then we only had one Grand Prix. Now we're expanding. I think this is going to be like our Super Bowl, i am so happy to be in Miami. This is the sport's first time here and the anticipation of this event has just sky rocketed.

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