Recent Examples of dashed from the Web
Gauzy American landscapes — a red-rock desert, a rainbowed glade — are threaded with a dashed red line that tracks the snails’ progress.
Your hassle is some reputation exposure, some administrative expense, and some dashed investor expectation as to liquidity, but none of those are catastrophic.
For six-time Grammy nominee PJ Morton, on the other hand, early Grammy memories are rooted in dashed dreams -- watching his friend, R&B artist India.
The complete shutout was not only a surprise, but a dashed opportunity for Golden Globes history: Nanjiani could have been the first Pakistani star to win an acting statuette at the awards ceremony.
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DASHED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dashed for English Language Learners
: made up of a set of dashes (sense 1)
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