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Definition of Settled

  • established in a desired position or place; not moving about
  • established or decided beyond dispute or doubt

How to use settled in a sentence. Settled pronunciation.

The Prince Pasha had settled that with David, however, at their first meeting, when David had kept on his hat and offered Kaid his hand.
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Now, as he felt the secret joy of these dark spirits surrounding him-Achmet, and High Pasha, who kept saying beneath his breath in thankfulness that it was not his turn, Praise be to God!-as he, felt their secret self-gratulations, and their evil joy over his prospective downfall, he settled himself steadily, made a low salutation to Kaid, and calmly awaited further speech.
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The smile faded out of Kaid's face, and wonder settled on it.
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There was far, to go before those mud huts of the thousand years would give place to rational modern homes; and as he saw a solitary horseman spread his sheepskin on the ground and kneel to say his evening prayer, as Mahomet had done in his flight between Mecca and Medina, the distance between the Egypt of his desire and the ancient Egypt that moved round him sharply impressed his mind, and the magnitude of his task settled heavily on his spirit.
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A sad smile passed over his lips, then his features settled into a stern gravity, for various unwelcome images rose clearly before his mind, and would not be got rid of.
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So the matter was settled, and Mumford ran off gaily to catch his train.
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She talked of her departure on the morrow as though it had long been a settled thing, and was quite unconnected with disagreeable circumstances.
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It is a rather curious thing, that Russia, which has never had a parliamentary government, and where political history has been very little influenced by the spoken word, should have so much finer an instrument of expression than England, where matters of the greatest importance have been settled by open and public speech for nearly three hundred years.
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Dr. Johnson, who settled Berkeleian idealism by kicking a stone, and the problem of free will by stoutly declaring, "I know I'm free and there's an end on't," would have had an interesting time among the Slavs.
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Forever, O Lord, thy word is settled in Heaven; thy faithfulness is unto all generations, thy word is true from the beginning.
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And, being deeply interested in the portion of our country then beginning to be settled, she asked also that he might become a home missionary at the West.
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A prayer-meeting was started; other revivals followed; in due time a church was organized, a house of worship built, and a pastor settled, mainly through the instrumentality of that one man; and he trained up his family there, and lived to see most of them members of the church of Christ.
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What made the captain steer his ship in the very opposite direction to what he and his crew wanted to go, but the _superhuman Spirit of God_. SAMUEL HARRIS'S LAWSUIT, AND HOW THE LORD SETTLED IT FOR HIM.
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I had settled in my own mind the import of the passage.
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As I grew older it did not pass off, but settled into a disease of the muscles.
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In the midst of these trying circumstances, as her husband was one day sitting in his study, absorbed in meditation, the postman brought three letters from different towns where the boys were at school, each declaring that unless the dues were promptly settled, the lads would be dismissed.
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They recovered; and the thought that at first had startled her, became now the settled conviction of her life.
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They did not look at each other. 'Everything, in that quarter, must be long since settled.
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Horace having settled himself in lodgings, the house was to be shut up; Mary Woodruff of course went down into Cornwall.
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Four of us had trailed thus far through this critical meal: my father, a usually patient widower who was becoming more than restless; the Robinsons, never a jocund brace of guests, who were by now positively sullen, and myself who, being but a boy-of twenty odd years and having little enough to say to a woman of fifty-five and her still more antique husband, had long ago settled down to a determined silence.
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Examples of Settled

Example #1
Now, with amusement in his eyes, Prince Kaid watched David coming up the great hall.
Example #2
They themselves wore red tarbooshes, as did the Prince; yet all of them knew that the European custom of showing respect was by doffing the hat.
Example #3
It had been chief among the chances he had taken when he entered the high and perilous service of Kaid.
Example #4
Whether it was diamond-dust or Achmet's thin thong that stopped the breath, it mattered not; it was sure.
Example #5
What manner of man was this?
Example #6
His life, his fortune for Egypt, a country alien to him, which he had never seen till six months ago!