Definition of patented
: originated by or peculiar to one person or group : individualized
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
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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.
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.
Mikko Koivu won it by shelving his patented forehand-to-backhand fake over Lightning goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy, who was terrific.
L’Oreal already has a massive lab in Lyon, France, to produce its patented skin, called Episkin, from incubated skin cells donated by surgery patients.
A patented crankshaft spins two tiny brushes to sweep miscellaneous crumbs (bagel as well as rubber) into the undercarriage dustpan, and a release hatch dumps the flotsam into the trash.
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