Definition of Garaged

1. Verb. (past of garage) ¹



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Definition of Garaged

1. garage [v] - See also: garage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garaged

gappiness
gapping
gappy
gaps
gapy
gar
garage door
garage door opener
garage doors
garage queen
garage queens
garage rock
garage sale
garage sales
garaged (current term)
garageless
garagelike
garageman
garageman's lien
garagemen
garages
garageware
garagey
garaging
garagings
garagist
garagists
garam masala
garam masalas

Literary usage of Garaged

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1. The Scots Law Times by Scotland Land Court (1893)
"Mr Darroch admitted that he had garaged his car with the defenders for several years; that he knew the arrangement about the key; that on many occasions he ..."

2. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"I 'm ЕГО- ing to be garaged for good. However, I 'rn glad you 're here ; you take the edge off— Sm WILFRID. ..."

3. Representative Plays by American Dramatists by Montrose Jonas Moses (1921)
"I'm going to be garaged for good. However, I'm glad you're here; you take the edge off— SIR ..."

4. The Book of the Church. by Robert Southey (1837)
"Because of the superstitions connected with rfie'mass, the Puritans, falling into an opposite extreme, dis^ garaged social prayer and thanksgiving, ..."

5. History of American Red Cross Nursing by Lavinia L. Dock (1922)
"... we were garaged in some railroad yard and we might stay there an hour or maybe two days before our train was ordered to move. ..."

6. The Scots Law Times by Scotland Land Court (1893)
"Mr Darroch admitted that he had garaged his car with the defenders for several years; that he knew the arrangement about the key; that on many occasions he ..."

7. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"I 'm ЕГО- ing to be garaged for good. However, I 'rn glad you 're here ; you take the edge off— Sm WILFRID. ..."

8. Representative Plays by American Dramatists by Montrose Jonas Moses (1921)
"I'm going to be garaged for good. However, I'm glad you're here; you take the edge off— SIR ..."

9. The Book of the Church. by Robert Southey (1837)
"Because of the superstitions connected with rfie'mass, the Puritans, falling into an opposite extreme, dis^ garaged social prayer and thanksgiving, ..."

10. History of American Red Cross Nursing by Lavinia L. Dock (1922)
"... we were garaged in some railroad yard and we might stay there an hour or maybe two days before our train was ordered to move. ..."

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