Definition of Careered

1. Verb. (past of career) ¹



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Definition of Careered

1. career [v] - See also: career

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Careered

careeners
careening
careens
career
career-limiting move
career-limiting moves
career break
career breaks
career choice
career counseling
career criminal
career criminals
career girl
career man
career mobility
careered (current term)
careerer
careerers
careering
careerism
careerisms
careerist
careerists
careerless
careerlessness
careerlike
careerlong
careers
careerwise
carefool

Literary usage of Careered

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1. Theodoric the Goth: The Barbarian Champion of Civilisation by Thomas Hodgkin (1891)
"Seven times they careered round and round the long spina, of course with eager struggles to get the inside turn, and perhaps with a not infrequent fall when ..."

2. England at War: The Story of the Great Campaigns of the British Army by William Henry Davenport Adams (1886)
"... and riding swiftly down the slope, careered across the blood-red field. The whole French attack wavered; the battle-tide hung, as it were, suspended. ..."

3. Eighty Years' Reminiscences by John Anstruther-Thomson (1904)
"We careered wildly about and were told the hounds had just trotted off ten minutes ago ... Thus we careered until well on in the afternoon, when weary, wet, ..."

4. Half a Hundred Hero Tales of Ulysses and the Men of Old edited by Francis Storr (1911)
"Wildly they careered and brought the heat of midday into far regions of the ... Lost in clouds of whirling smoke and ashes, the steeds careered madly to and ..."

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