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  • They met throughout the war every time he was posted home.
  • The highway runs north and south, but is sign-posted east and west.
  • She recorded a music video which was posted on her official website.
  • The operating income followed two years where the team posted a loss.
  • The list is commonly posted in public places such as post offices.
  • This is according to a sign posted at the entrance to the construction site.
  • Full-time officers were posted to all major industrial plants.
  • Every day a link suggested by the community is posted to the main page.
  • A video of the performance was posted online the next day.
  • An earlier version of this article was posted on, This article is open content.
  • After the war he was posted to Italy where he was in charge of an Italian guard company.
  • He was accepted as an intelligence officer, and was posted to the Middle East.
  • He was then immediately posted to active duty.
  • Just before her birth her father was posted in Burma, her mother remained in England.
  • He returned home and was posted to London at Second Army headquarters in a civil affairs position.
  • They also posted the best regular season record in all of professional football over that time period, but only won one championship during that time.
  • While his case was on appeal, he was free on posted bond and served no jail time.
  • Shortly after his arrival he was posted to work at the military station at Norfolk Island.
  • The 51s have posted only four winning seasons since the name change.
  • All house rules should be posted or verbally stated and understood by both teams before the game starts.
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Root form of posted is post for the verb.

Words starting with posted

Meaning of posted

  • verb Affix in a public place or for public notice
    post a warning
  • verb Publicize with, or as if with, a poster
    I'll post the news on the bulletin board
  • verb Assign to a post; put into a post
    The newspaper posted him in Timbuktu
  • verb Display, as of records in sports games
  • verb Enter on a public list
  • verb Transfer (entries) from one account book to another
  • verb Ride western style and bob up and down in the saddle in rhythm with a horse's trotting gait
  • verb Place so as to be noticed
    post a sign, post a warning at the dump
  • verb Mark or expose as infamous
    She was branded a loose woman
  • adjective Publicly announced
    the posted speed limit