opened

[ US /ˈoʊpənd/ ]
[ UK /ˈə‍ʊpənd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. made open or clear
    the newly opened road
  2. used of mouth or eyes
    keep your eyes open
    his mouth slightly opened
  3. not sealed or having been unsealed
    the opened package lay on the table
    the letter was already open
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How To Use opened In A Sentence

  • Management claimed the lockout was a temporary measure and that the plant would be reopened on May 9.
  • The right back found himself in unfamiliar territory in the opposing penalty area after a swift exchange of passes that opened up Reading's defence. Times, Sunday Times
  • Less than a minute later he had gone past the courts, down a stairwell and opened the fire door.
  • A fisherman's son opened this beachside restaurant, which stretches down into the sand. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sony Pictures Animation has a full slate of films including the mouth-watering 3D comedy Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, which opened as the #1 movie in North America on September 18, Hotel Transylvania, now in pre-production and, in association with Columbia Pictures, The Smurfs, now in production. Anton Yelchin and Fred Armisen Join The Smurfs | /Film
  • So I opened each pod one by one, plucking the beans inside.
  • And strips of cloth had been tied around the reserve chute so that it could not be opened either. The Sun
  • Prissy, looking up, saw her and her mouth opened to yell.
  • The market opened 100 booths selling South Korean clothes on 2,600 square meters of floor last August.
  • She said she opened one of the books and saw the name Eileen Adams written inside. FOXNews.com
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