verb (used with or without object), fed·er·at·ed, fed·er·at·ing.
Origin of federate
Examples from the Web for federated
When Allied and Federated filed for bankruptcy, the together comprised the largest bankruptcy filing of all time.
Been arrested, and then been discharged from his position with the Federated Corporation.Brigands of the Moon|Ray Cummings
These lodes are the only mines of the kind being worked in the Federated Malay States.
His technical knowledge, his training with the Federated Corporation, made him valuable to Miko's enterprise.
The Pawnees proper consisted at one time of three bands or tribes, federated under a single head chief.Pawnee Hero Stories and Folk-Tales|George Bird Grinnell
On the other hand, the members of a local community are usually ready to form a federated church when they understand it.Six Thousand Country Churches|Charles Otis Gill
British Dictionary definitions for federated
Word Origin and History for federated
1814 (implied in federated), back-formation from federation, or else from Latin foederatus "having a treaty, bound by treaty," past participle of foederare "to establish by treaty," from foedus (see federal). Related: Federating. As an adjective, by 1710.