Definition of Degreed

1. Adjective. Having an academic degree. ¹



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Definition of Degreed

1. degree [adj] - See also: degree

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Degreed

degree Celsius
degree Centigrade
degree Fahrenheit
degree Kelvin
degree Rankine
degree absolute
degree day
degree days
degree mill
degree of a polynomial
degree of a term
degree of freedom
degree of glory
degree of ionization
degree program
degreed (current term)
degreeless
degreelessness
degrees
degrees Celsius
degrees Fahrenheit
degrees Kelvin
degrees of comparison
degrees of freedom
degressive
degressively
degringolade
degringolades
degroup
degrouped

Literary usage of Degreed

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1. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"The formation of degreed from a noun by addition of-ed is no different from that of ... The OED shows that degreed has been in existence since 1560, ..."

2. Educating Our Children with Technology Skills to Compete in the Next edited by Constance A. Morella (2000)
"... 2) upgrading of non-degreed personnel based on their abilities, aptitudes and experience, 3) re-entry of degreed and non-degreed personnel with ..."

3. The Digital Work Force: Building Infotech Skills at the Speed of Innovation by Carol A. Meares (2000)
"The remaining degreed IT workers hold degrees in business (6 percent) and ... Applying the SESTAT data—which shows that 46 percent of degreed IT workers ..."

4. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"UNDER-degreed, of inferior rank. The reputation of persons of birth must not lie at the mercy of every ..."

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