Definition of Prospected

1. Verb. (past of prospect) ¹



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Definition of Prospected

1. prospect [v] - See also: prospect

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prospected

prosopography
prosopolepsies
prosopolepsy
prosopon
prosoponology
prosopons
prosopopeia
prosopopesis
prosopopoeia
prosopopoeiae
prosopopoeias
prosopopœic
prosopopœiæ
prosos
prospect
prospected (current term)
prospecting
prospection
prospective
prospective(a)
prospectively
prospectiveness
prospectless
prospector
prospectors
prospects
prospectus
prospectuses
prosper
prospered

Literary usage of Prospected

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1. Klondike: The Chicago Record's Book for Gold Seekers (1897)
"This Yukon country was first prospected in 1880 by miners who came across by this Chilkoot pass. Since then a yearly increasing number of miners has been ..."

2. The Land of the Morning: An Account of Japan and Its People by William Gray Dixon (1882)
"... Sulphuretted Hydrogen — Shirane-yama — prospected Railway—A Break-down. To one travelling in the interior of Japan during the months of July and August, ..."

3. Diamonds and Gold in South Africa by Theodore Reunert (1893)
"... is too vast a field to speak of so glibly—but even of those small sections of the country which are considered to have been fairly well prospected. ..."

4. Two Years in the Klondike and Alaskan Gold-fields: A Thrilling Narrative of by William B. Haskell (1898)
"... Taking a Fortune from a Small Hole — Stream prospected Before — The First Excitement— Stampedes from -the Arriving Steamboats—Beginnings of Rampart City ..."

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