[ UK /sˈɛd/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. being the one previously mentioned or spoken of
    works of all the aforementioned authors
    said party has denied the charges
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How To Use said In A Sentence

  • Smith, who is also a director of Norwich City Football Club, said her CBE was a "very, very great honour". BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition
  • ‘In the absence of those assurances, we will have no choice but to ballot for industrial action,’ he said.
  • IS is said to have used chlorine gas in attacks and built up a substantial chemical weapons cache. The Sun
  • ‘I was worried about my car lasting to the end considering that all the motors come from the same place,’ he said.
  • ‘I had a dream,’ said Logan in his sing-song voice.
  • The distich caused discussion regarding the quantity of "hic", but the pope defended the prosody of Voltaire who confirmed his opinion by a quotation from Virgil which he said ought to be the epitaph of The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
  • That's the exact same thing my dad said.
  • A barman at the pub said that he was one of the first two men to be arrested. Times, Sunday Times
  • The King looked at him and seeing him to be yet comelier than his daughter and goodlier than she in stature and proportion and brightness and perfection, said to him, The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • He said residents of Thornhill had expressly asked for greater visibility of police on their estate.
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