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Definition of Billed

  • Furnished with, or having, a bill, as a bird; -- used in composition; as, broad-billed.

How to use billed in a sentence. Billed pronunciation.

THOU NEVER BILLED A MANY" VII.
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The birds were large, fine, and neat accordingly, looking as like the men in my country as one pea does like another; for they ate and drank like men, muted like men, endued or digested like men, farted like men, but stunk like devils; slept, billed, and trod their females like men, but somewhat oftener: in short, had you seen and examined them from top to toe, you would have laid your head to a turnip that they had been mere men.
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All he knew or cared was that when such outlawed stock was billed as spruce no judge or jury in the land could say it was fir; also, that in its green state it possessed an abominable odor!
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First-floor might be tired after a long day's work, and note when his frugal meal was done that 'twas a fine evening, or that a good company was billed for the local theatre; yet he would grudge not his leisure, but go down to sit with ground-floor, and tell him the news of the day, perhaps even would take him a few oranges or a tin of sardines.
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As a matter of fact they were within five miles of St. Charles, where the Sparling show was billed to exhibit that afternoon and evening.
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There was a fine opera-house in Virginia, and any attraction that billed San Francisco did not fail to play to the Comstock.
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Little birds, that had never seen a man in the woods before, came for the berries and billed them off within six feet of my face before they noticed anything unusual.
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I was billed to appear at a dug-out about a quarter of a mile to the left that evening to have rather a special thing in trench dinners-not quite so much bully and Maconochie about as usual.
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Up their branches the little birds billed: Chirrup, drone, bleat and buzz ringed the lake.
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As he passed along the streets crowds collected to cheer him; they billed him at the doors, and every seat was taken in advance; people pushed and squeezed everywhere, and the price of admission was doubled, as on the nights of first performances.
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Merton Gill's heart quickened its beats, for there was billed none other than Beulah Baxter in the ninth installment of her tremendous serial, The Hazards of Hortense.
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Billed there was the tenth installment of The Hazards of Hortense.
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They had missed by an event or two the more patriotic attraction of "Miss Darlings, the American Star," as she was billed in English, but they were in time for one of those equestrian performances which leave the spectator almost exanimate from their prolixity, and the pantomimic piece which closed the evening.
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Unluckily, she wasn't billed to sing again until toward the end of the week.
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The opera billed for that night was _Pagliacci_.
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They were ready to go on with _Lucia_ which had been billed for Tuesday night.
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John Wollaston telephoned, about three, from Ravinia, to say that Paula wasn't well-meant to sing to-night as she was billed to do (she took great pride in never disappointing her audiences)-but very much wanted him at hand through the ordeal.
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I was feeling perfectly awful, yesterday, myself-and I was billed for _Thais_ last night.
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The opera had been billed in advance for a repetition on the following Saturday night, the understanding among the powers being that if it failed to get a sufficient measure of favor the bill should be changed.
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The _Hebe Maitland_ didn't always go to the place she was billed for, and when she did she was apt to be a month late, and likely couldn't have told what she'd been doing in the meantime.
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Examples of Billed

Example #1
FOR HIS SOUL'S SAKE AND THE LAND'S SAKE IX.
Example #2
V. THE WIDER WAY VI.
Example #3
They set edges upon scimitars, cutlasses, badelairs, backswords, tucks, rapiers, bayonets, arrow-heads, dags, daggers, mandousians, poniards, whinyards, knives, skeans, shables, chipping knives, and raillons.
Example #4
They sharpened and prepared spears, staves, pikes, brown bills, halberds, long hooks, lances, zagayes, quarterstaves, eelspears, partisans, troutstaves, clubs, battle-axes, maces, darts, dartlets, glaives, javelins, javelots, and truncheons.
Example #5
The lumber was delivered to the _City of Panama_ in due course and, as Cappy had suspected, Live Wire Luiz failed to come down to her dock and take a smell.
Example #6
Cappy Ricks had no definite ideas on the subject, for he didn't own enough of that kind of stumpage to grieve him.