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centered

adjective cen·tered \ˈsen-tərd, ˈse-nərd\

: mainly concerned about or involved with something specified

: having a specified kind of center

: emotionally healthy and calm

Full Definition of CENTERED

1
:  having a center —often used in combination <a dark-centered coneflower>
2
:  having a center of curvature —often used in combination <a 3-centered arch>
3
:  emotionally stable and secure
cen·tered·ness \-nəs\ noun

Examples of CENTERED

  1. She struggled with depression for years, but she's more centered now and able to live a full life.

First Known Use of CENTERED

circa 1893

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