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Origin of hyphenated
verb (used with object), hy·phen·at·ed, hy·phen·at·ing.
Origin of hyphenate
Examples from the Web for hyphenated
Trevor says that if he is to be hyphenated, he prefers Protestant-Irish to Anglo-Irish.
Obama presented himself as an American individual first, not, as Teddy Roosevelt would say, "a hyphenated American."
Page 536: Index uses 'Beth-horon' but it is not hyphenated in the main text.History of the Jews, Vol. I (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
The hyphenated compound indicates the special meaning of the words used in this combination.Compound Words|Frederick W. Hamilton
Where the sole instance of a hyphenated word occurs on a line break, modern usage is followed.In to the Yukon|William Seymour Edwards
A hyphenated citizenship may become as dangerous to a republic as a cancer is in the human body.The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit|Ralph Waldo Trine
By its system both solidified and hyphenated words of the compound type are shown.The Magazine Style-Code|Leigh H. Irvine