Definition of Benched

1. Verb. (past of bench) ¹



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Definition of Benched

1. bench [v] - See also: bench

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Benched

bench mark
bench memo
bench memos
bench press
bench pressed
bench presses
bench pressing
bench testing
bench trial
bench trials
bench vise
bench warmer
bench warmers
bench warrant
bench warrants
benched (current term)
bencher
benchers
benches
benching
benchings
benchland
benchlands
benchless
benchlet
benchlets
benchlike
benchmark
benchmarkable
benchmarked

Literary usage of Benched

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1. A Middle-English Dictionary by Francis Henry Stratmann (1891)
"... benched, pple., furnished with, seated on benches; benched (pple.) Сн. TRO. ii. 822; ¡benched PL. CR. ..."

2. The History of the Church & Manor of Wigan in the County of Lancaster by George Thomas Orlando Bridgeman (1889)
"... wainscotted & benched the two windows in the stone Chamber, & made wainscot portals for the Abbot's Chamber (since termed the nursery), the chamber over ..."

3. Indian Storage Reservoirs with Earthen Dams: Being a Practical Treatise on by William Lumisden Strange (1913)
"benched Foundations of the Dam.—The whole seat of the dam outside the puddle trench should be stripped of unreliable soil and fissured rock where that is ..."

4. The Temple of Apollo Bassitas by Frederick A. Cooper (1996)
"This tape remained in reserve (benched) for the checking ofall other measuring devices.1 b) K&E ... Checked against benched tape (a) and against each other. ..."

5. Gardening (1905)
"Seed was sown August 20, and the plants were benched November 7. The first ripe fruit was picked December 24 from each of the varieties Combination, ..."

6. The Old and New Testament connected in the history of the Jews and by Humphrey Prideaux (1799)
"... one cubit benched-in one cubit; and from thence, being 30 cubits ... it did rife three cubits, and benched-in two cubits; from whence it did rife one ..."

7. The Saga Library by Eiríkr Magnússon, William Morris (1894)
"Thereafter the king journeyed down to the sea and betook himself a-shipboard. He had a twenty-benched longship from Gunnar of ..."

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