Definition of Propelled

1. Verb. (past of propel) ¹



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Definition of Propelled

1. propel [v] - See also: propel

Lexicographical Neighbors of Propelled

propargylglycine
propargylglycines
propargylic
propargyls
proparoxytone
proparoxytones
proparoxytonic
propedeuse
propedeutic
propel
propellane
propellanes
propellant
propellant explosive
propellants
propelled (current term)
propellent
propellents
propeller
propeller-head
propeller head
propeller heads
propeller plane
propeller shaft
propeller shafts
propellered
propellerhead
propellerheads
propellerless
propellerlike

Literary usage of Propelled

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bouvier's Law Dictionary and Concise Encyclopedia by John Bouvier, Francis Rawle (1914)
"By act of Congress of June 9, 1910, defined to Include "every vessel propelled by machinery and not more than 65 feet in length, except tug boats and tow ..."

2. Historical Account of the Navigable Rivers, Canals, and Railways, Throughout by Joseph Priestley (1831)
"J For ditto, if only drawn or propelled by and at the expense of l l1 the Company, or only carried in their Waggons ........ * * For ditto, if drawn or ..."

3. Historical Account of the Navigable Rivers, Canals, and Railways, Throughout by Joseph Priestley (1831)
"Company J For ditto, if only drawn or propelled by and at the expense i , of the Company, or only carried in their Waggons J '« ™"°- ; . ..."

4. Belt Conveyors and Belt Elevators by Frederic Valerius Hetzel (1922)
"Hand-propelled Tripper with Pulleys Adjustable for Reversible Discharge. could be ... 8) designed the first self-propelled tripper in 1876. It was like Fig. ..."

5. Cyclopedia of Law and Procedure by William Mack, Howard Pervear Nash (1903)
"[The word " steam-vessel " includes any vessel propelled by machinery. ... 46, § 5, ships propelled by electricity or other mechanical power are steamships ..."

6. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"... propelled electrically from one side to the other. The underside of tb« stiffening girder is 82 ft. above the river. The car is 55 ft. long by 2j$ ft. ..."

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