Examples of patented in a Sentence
the radio commentator went into one of his patented tirades after an astute caller questioned his knowledge of the facts
Recent Examples of patented from the Web
In the spirit of luxury DIY, the Tambour Horizon boasts a patented system that allows for easy (let it be said very, very easy IRL) swapping of straps.
The patented internal support inside the soft fleece creates a hammock-like cradle for your neck.
But Stephen Curry's patented turnaround three-pointers won't get him very far as an invitee at the Ellie Mae Classic golf tournament next month.
For instance, Dove’s new Intensive Repair Shampoo and Conditioner contains a patented technology that deposits a bit of silicone across the entire surface of the hair, but not too much.
The pitch rounds to show off their nifty, patented solar device were greeted with polite pity.
Vodyanoy has used his own patented microscope system to confirm the existence of a new vascular system in the human body: the primo-vascular system.
There's a video screen that depicts Feller whizzing his patented fastball past a speeding motorcycle.
The patented mat comes in two sizes: small for $84.99 and large for $99.99.
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First Known Use of patented
Synonymsidiomatic, individualized, particular, individual, peculiar, personal, personalized, private, privy, separate, singular, subjective, unique
Antonymsgeneral, generic, popular, public, shared, universal
Related Wordscharacteristic, distinctive, intimate; identifying, idiosyncratic; especial, express, special, specific; independent, nonconformist, self-directed, self-sufficient; custom, customized, specialized
Near Antonymsbroad, prevailing, prevalent, widespread; common, normal, regular, typical
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