Definition of timed
1 : done or taking place at a time of a specified sort an ill-timed arrival
2 : made to occur at or in a set time a timed explosion
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The Face Race pits some of the best makeup artists in New York City against each other in a timed makeup challenge.
One fuse ignites long barrages of spectacular timed bursts with vivid colors and professional show-style effects.
Visitors to the historic site will now be required to enter with an official tour guide in one of two timed entries: the morning (between 6 a.m. and noon) or the afternoon (between noon and 5:30 p.m.).
One is an experiment with timed tickets, which visitors can get on the Universal app or at a kiosk in the park.
The Sidles, who got out of college debt-free, managed a 3 percent down payment on their $160,000 townhouse, thanks to them both getting fortuitously timed bonuses at work.
Thanks to an ill-timed painting break, a water tower emblazoned with the word ‘
Now, should the unfortunately timed narrative path discredit the work of Spacey or Wright?
But the reservations for timed admission tickets have been busy.
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