Definition of Bartered

1. Verb. (past of barter) ¹



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Definition of Bartered

1. barter [v] - See also: barter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bartered

barstaurant
barstaurants
barstool
barstooler
barstools
barstowite
bartelkeite
bartend
bartended
bartender
bartenders
bartending
bartends
barter
barter away
bartered (current term)
barterer
barterers
bartering
barters
bartery
barth
barths
bartisan
bartisans
bartizan
bartizans
bartlett

Literary usage of Bartered

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1. The Victrola Book of the Opera: Stories of the Operas with Illustrations by Samuel Holland Rous, Victor Talking Machine Company (1921)
"One result was "The bartered Bride." He wrote eight operas and a set of sym- Chonic poems, ... DOUBLE-FACED RECORD /bartered Bride Overture Pryor's ..."

2. The Victor Book of the Opera: Stories of Seventy Grand Operas with Three by Victor Talking Machine Company (1912)
"The famous Overture to bartered Bride is a work of delightful melody, and has had numberless performances as a concert number. ..."

3. The Victor Book of the Opera: Stories of One Hundred Operas with Five by Samuel Holland Rous, Victor Talking Machine Company (1913)
"The famous Overture to bartered Bride is a work of delightful melody, and has had numberless performances as a concert number. ..."

4. The Victor Book of the Opera by Henry William Simon (1915)
"... a marriage broker Bass Adam Didur The bartered Bride was intended by its composer to be typical of Bohemian life and character—to be a national opera, ..."

5. The Standard Operas, Their Plots and Their Music by George Putnam Upton (1914)
"SMETANA (FRIEDRICH) The bartered Bride ... The bartered Bride") was first 1 produced at Prague in 1866; at the Vienna exposition in 1892; in London in 1895; ..."

6. The War in Florida: Being an Exposition of Its Causes, and an Accurate by Woodburne Potter (1836)
"... the sacred rights of the Indian have been bartered away in the endeavours of the government to preserve the Tain boasting of " retrenchment and reform. ..."

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