centered : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v center upon
Her entire attention centered on her children
- v direct one's attention on something
- v move into the center
That vase in the picture is not centered
- s being or placed in the center
- She tells Vogue that politicians are drawn to become self-centered pricks: Politicians become disconnected from the way everyone else lives in the world.
- In the videos, the camera remains centered on a computer desktop and follows Donnie's cursor as he conducts mock tutorials on how to use the photo-altering application.
- In much of the West, with its long seismic faults and Yellowstone-centered hot spots, it is for humans a sublimely tenuous coexistence with the earth's fickle tectonic temperaments.
- Barack Obama in FOXNews
Obama said he is "no doubt progressive," and that "the notion that somehow that's me trying to look like I'm more centered - more centrist - is just not true."
- Peter King in FOXNews
This can't be the evil we don't speak about,Peter King said. "Any testimony on homeland security should be centered around the threat of terrorism and what we're doing to combat it."
- Keith Urban in Newsweek
It's allowed me to get centered with my music in a way I don't think I've ever felt before,a fit and youthful-looking Urban said during a recent interview. "Obviously, I've played music all my life and I love doing it and it's my life....