simple past tense and past participle of circumstance.
being in a condition, or state, especially with respect to income and material welfare, as specified: They were well circumstanced.
- well-cir·cum·stanced, adjective
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How to use circumstanced in a sentence
He likewise regretted that he was at present so circumstanced as to be unable to comply with his wishes by visiting our camp.
The eminences to which they retired were lonely and silent and seemed to be happily circumstanced for contemplation and prayer.Archaic England | Harold Bayley
I had seen contemporaries of my own—men circumstanced like myself who had come to the same conclusion.A Frontier Mystery | Bertram Mitford
It was natural to a person so reared and circumstanced to have no sympathy with what is called the popular cause.Night and Morning, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Were I differently circumstanced I might plead, but I could not live to see you discontented, ashamed.The Late Miss Hollingford | Rosa Mulholland