Booked in a sentence

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Definition of Booked

  • Registered.
  • On the way; destined.
  • reserved in advance; held for future use. See reserve{2.

How to use booked in a sentence. Booked pronunciation.

The idea struck me in the train, as I was going up; so I took a cab from Victoria and booked the places first thing.
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The fruit company steamer to South America on which Carroll believed he was booked to sail under an assumed name and with an assumed face was to sail the following noon.
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These persons Harley booked for the steamship New York, sailing from New York City for Southampton on the third day of July, 1895.
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Redell remained in the anteroom on pretense of speaking to an acquaintance, and the instant Cappy disappeared into Gregg's office Redell stepped out into the hall, where he waited until Cappy had booked his order and came hunting for him.
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You're booked for a ride with me this very afternoon; so let your business and customers take care of themselves.
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This engagement booked, she asked him for his mother's address.
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Well, if you don't put me out,' said the jockey; 'what language is that-Dutch?' 'High Dutch,' said I. 'High Dutch, and you speak High Dutch; why I had booked you for as great an ignoramus as myself, who can't write-no, nor distinguish in a book a great A from a bull's foot.
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When I was six years old I was sent to the village-school, where I was soon booked for a dunce, because the master found it impossible to teach me either to read or write.
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Your guaranty goes with me, Mr. Ricks," Gregg answered promptly, and shoved the copy of the order he had just booked over to Cappy, together with the fountain pen.
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Thus there are two already booked for company.
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I am booked for that seaport,' said my friend in reply.
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But as these refused to take me I had no other resource but to try elsewhere, and I at length succeeded in striking a bargain with a skipper who had no scruples about the matter, and I was booked as an apprentice.
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Her agents had booked a week in Dresden, and a fortnight in Homburg, and she would have to pay the forfeit for breach of contract.
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For instance, now, when I coom here at first, there was a great shed in yon hollow; an' every mornin' th' men had to pass through that shed one after another, an' have their names booked for th' day.
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Jacket Pattern is whittled down to a wedge now, and is booked for early destruction.
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As well as we could make out our reckoning, with the aid of some lunar observations Captain Jarvis booked the night before, for we were unable to see the sun long enough for our purpose, we were about some three or four hundred miles to the west of Bermuda, when, just as the clouds were breaking up blue-black against the sky, and the barometer told us in its plain language that it was coming on to blow harder, and that we would have worse weather than we had yet had, all the hands, as if with one accord, struck work-with the exception of the man at the wheel, who stuck to his post!
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From the age of fifteen she had habitually accompanied her grandfather to the stalls, and not common stalls, but the best seats in the house, towards the centre of the third row, booked by old Jolyon, at Grogan and Boyne's, on his way home from the City, long before the day; carried in his overcoat pocket, together with his cigar-case and his old kid gloves, and handed to June to keep till the appointed night.
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It reached a household already agitated by the imminent departure of June, whose berth was booked for the following day.
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His father is influential and can influence those in authority, so he is booked for an important charge in Silverton, so I understand.
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When the girls examined their receipts for the day they found they had taken in over seven dollars, had booked several orders and already had learned a good deal about what people liked and what they could carry conveniently in their machines.
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Examples of Booked

Example #1
Third row from the front, dress circle; the best I could do.
Example #2
Yes, they could go; it was very kind of Miss Derrick; but- 'That's all right, it'll be jolly.
Example #3
Dawson had been in Atlantic City at least within a few days.
Example #4
And still we had no word from Chicago as to the destination of the photograph, or the identity of the man in the Van Dyke beard who had been so particular to disarm suspicion in the purchase of the plate from the photographer a few days before.
Example #5
The action was to open at that time, and Marguerite Andrews was to meet Horace Balderstone on that vessel on the evening of the second day out, with which incident the interest of Harley's story was to begin.
Example #6
With Mrs. Corwin, by force of circumstances, came a pair of twin children, like those in the Heavenly Twins, only more real, and not so Sarah Grandiose in their manners and wit.