circumstanced

adjective
cir·​cum·​stanced | \ ˈsər-kəm-ˌstan(t)st, -stən(t)st\

Definition of circumstanced

: placed in particular circumstances especially in regard to property or income

First Known Use of circumstanced

circa 1611, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of circumstanced was circa 1611

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