rested

adjective rest·ed \ ˈre-stəd \

Definition of rested

: having had sufficient rest or sleep

Examples of rested in a Sentence

  1. She appears rested and sharp.

  2. I want to be rested for the exam.

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First Known Use of rested

15th century


RESTED Defined for English Language Learners

rested

adjective

Definition of rested for English Language Learners

  • : having had enough rest or sleep



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