Definition of Placarded

1. Verb. (past of placard) ¹



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Definition of Placarded

1. placard [v] - See also: placard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Placarded

pièces d'occasion
pièces de résistance
pj's
pkV
pkat
pkg
pla
plac'd
plac't
placabilities
placability
placable
placableness
placably
placarded (current term)
placarder
placarders
placarding
placards
placate
placated
placater
placaters
placates
placating
placatingly
placationist
placations

Literary usage of Placarded

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1. Women at Thirtysomething: Paradoxes of Attainment (1991)
"(Multiple violations) Train crew did not have a document showing the position in train of each loaded, placarded car. §174.26(b). Train crew has improper or ..."

2. Notes on Military Explosives by Erasmus Morgan Weaver (1917)
"Ammunition for cannon with explosive projectiles, Explosive projectiles, Explosive torpedoes, or Detonating fuses, only certified and placarded box cars may ..."

3. Social life of the Chinese: With Some Account of Their Religious by Justus Doolittle (1866)
"Names of successful Competitors placarded on the Drum Tower in the City.—Their original Compositions, after "washing and repairing," are sent to Peking. ..."

4. The Isles of Summer, Or, Nassau and the Bahamas by Charles Ives (1880)
"Military and Marbles. Religion Utilizing the Idle Hours. Streets placarded with Notices of Solemn Fasts. Absence of a Color Line in Churches. ..."

5. The Isles of Summer, Or, Nassau and the Bahamas by Charles Ives (1880)
"Streets placarded with Notices of Solemn Fasts. Absence of a Color Line in Churches. Amateur Fishing. The Boatmen Canvassing for Customers. Capt. ..."

6. Memoirs of C. M. Talleyrand de Périgord ...: Containing the Particulars of by Stewarton (1805)
"An order was placarded, importing, that whoever applauded the king should be bastinadoed, whoever insulted him applauded. At his appearance La Fayette ..."

7. Women at Thirtysomething: Paradoxes of Attainment (1991)
"(Multiple violations) Train crew did not have a document showing the position in train of each loaded, placarded car. §174.26(b). Train crew has improper or ..."

8. Notes on Military Explosives by Erasmus Morgan Weaver (1917)
"Ammunition for cannon with explosive projectiles, Explosive projectiles, Explosive torpedoes, or Detonating fuses, only certified and placarded box cars may ..."

9. Social life of the Chinese: With Some Account of Their Religious by Justus Doolittle (1866)
"Names of successful Competitors placarded on the Drum Tower in the City.—Their original Compositions, after "washing and repairing," are sent to Peking. ..."

10. The Isles of Summer, Or, Nassau and the Bahamas by Charles Ives (1880)
"Military and Marbles. Religion Utilizing the Idle Hours. Streets placarded with Notices of Solemn Fasts. Absence of a Color Line in Churches. ..."

11. The Isles of Summer, Or, Nassau and the Bahamas by Charles Ives (1880)
"Streets placarded with Notices of Solemn Fasts. Absence of a Color Line in Churches. Amateur Fishing. The Boatmen Canvassing for Customers. Capt. ..."

12. Memoirs of C. M. Talleyrand de Périgord ...: Containing the Particulars of by Stewarton (1805)
"An order was placarded, importing, that whoever applauded the king should be bastinadoed, whoever insulted him applauded. At his appearance La Fayette ..."

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