verb (used with object), ga·zet·ted, ga·zet·ting.
Origin of gazette
Related formsun·ga·zet·ted, adjective
Examples from the Web for gazetted
When he was gazetted out of the service, he secured a step in rank, and retired as a major.Under Wellington's Command|G. A. Henty
He was gazetted second lieutenant (artillery) in the 4th regiment in 1793, and advanced steadily in the service.
To have that from his Majesty's own mouth is equivalent to seeing it gazetted.Three Dramas|Bjrnstjerne M. Bjrnson
At the age of seventeen he was gazetted ensign and went to the front almost immediately.A Soldier's Life|Edwin G. Rundle
At all events, he was a widower by brevet, and eligible to be gazetted a husband at any moment.Davenport Dunn, Volume 2 (of 2)|Charles James Lever
British Dictionary definitions for gazetted
- a newspaper or official journal
- (capital when part of the name of a newspaper)the Thame Gazette