Definition of Energised

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of energized) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Energised

1. energise [v] - See also: energise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Energised

enemies
enemy
enemy combatant
enemy combatants
enepidermic
energetic
energetical
energetically
energetick
energetics
energic
energid
energids
energies
energise
energised (current term)
energiser
energisers
energises
energising
energization
energizations
energize
energized
energizer
energizers
energizes
energizing
energometer
energumen

Literary usage of Energised

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1. Railway Engineer by Railway Division (1908)
"when the motor is in the f.ct of driving the semaphore arm from danger to clear, so that the brake-coil C is shown energised, attracting its armature C1, ..."

2. Single-phase Electric Railways by Edwin Austin (1915)
"Two lamps, FF, light up when the dangerous section is energised, and not only indicate that this section has been energised, but also act as signals and ..."

3. Railway Signaling in Theory and Practice by James Brandt Latimer (1909)
"At the same time that magnet M2 is energised, magnet M', which has been ... M1, which becomes de-energised. Its armature is pushed back by the small coil ..."

4. Nuclear Legislation: Analytical Study : Regulatory and Institutional by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2000)
"A "controlled apparatus" is defined as (a) an apparatus that produces ionising radiation when energised or that would, if assembled or repaired, ..."

5. The Electrical Engineer (1893)
"These lamps were energised by contact being made with plates fixed at various points on the stage. Of course, as the dancer came to these points and made ..."

6. The Telephone and Telephone Exchanges: Their Invention and Development by John E. Kingsbury (1915)
"... production of sound was that used for the purpose of determining the frequency with which an electro-magnet could be energised and de-energised. ..."

7. A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church by Philip Schaff, Henry Wace (1899)
"... Note also that energy is an activity and is energised rather than energises ; as Gregory the Theologian says in his thesis concerning the Holy ..."

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