labeled labeled  /ˈleɪ bəld/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) bearing or marked with a label or tag

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. When the supplemental was made into law, Republican critics labeled all of the non-war related items pork.
  2. Being labeled the next Bradman has never been an easy honor.
  3. Failure to meet NCLB's inflexible goals meant schools would be publicly labeled as failures.

News

  1. Would you save the Astrodome?

    America's first permanent English settlement, a military club for African-American officers and the Houston Astrodome have all been labeled "endangered" by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: CNN

  2. Alex Szczech: Dick Cheney sang different tune on Scooter Libby

    Dear Editor: Former Vice President Dick Cheney recently labeled Edward Snowden a traitor for revealing classified government information. This is the same Dick Cheney who was outraged when Pre…
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The Capital Times

  3. Half-Life 3, Left 4 Dead 3, and Source 2 titles found on Valve project tracker - Report

    Projects labeled after company's shooters and game engine turn up in internal documentation; other names include "SteamMMO" and "Steam Box".
    on June 20, 2013     Source: GameSpot

Quotes

  1. "We were labeled a disaster after losing the first game," Puyol said. "But we worry about ourselves only. My work is to defend. If we keep the goal at zero, we're champions."
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Carles Puyol Source: SI.com

  2. "The enforcement of these notions ...... is unacceptable," Klaus said. "Those who dare thinking about a different option are labeled as enemies."
    on Feb 19, 2009 By: Vaclav Klaus Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "Besides being a massive defeat for the governor, I can't imagine many - if any - illegal immigrants coming forward to get the driver's licenses, because they'd basically be labeled as illegal," said New York Rep. Peter King, the top Republican...
    on Oct 27, 2007 By: Peter King Source: International Herald Tribune

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