[ US /ˈsitɪd/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːtɪd/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːtɪd/ ]
(of persons) having the torso erect and legs bent with the body supported on the buttocks
the seated Madonna
the audience remained seated
How To Use seated In A Sentence
- The experience was a little like being seated next to a cheerful, open-faced fellow on a long airplane flight who begins talking to you - and then never, ever, ever stops, not even when he has his Salisbury steak dinner in his mouth.
- Lee waved down the server behind the counter, who seemed to have been engulfed in conversation with one of the two men seated next to us.
- Over the south door, the twelfth-century carving of Christ in Glory is seated in a niche, within the traditional mandorla.
- As they seated themselves at table Brahms, who had been in a brown study, suddenly proffered the company an extemporaneous criticism of Ivan's music, which he tore into miscroscopic bits, and flung upon the winds of sarcasm; after which he perorated elaborately upon his own power and the perfect academic accuracy of his style. The Genius
- Ewood Park is an all-seater stadium but few stayed seated as fans stood anxiously, knowing either side could lose.
- But when he approached his first seated passenger, he found himself frozen.
- If this was the UK, I would expect to be ushered to a table (probably grumbling inwardly about the empty tables I passed on the way), then, once seated, make a curt nod and "hullo" to my table mates before either engaging in quiet conversation with my companion or looking pensively out of the window, trying hard to look like I'm thinking of Very Important Things. Amtrak adventures
- He is shown seated before his famous invention: a ruling machine for producing concave diffraction gratings, which are slightly curved metal plates scored with minutely spaced lines that diffract light into spectra.
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- Then came a sumptuous antepast; for we were all seated, but only The Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter