Related formsin·cor·po·rat·ed·ness, nounnon·in·cor·po·rat·ed, adjective
Definition for incorporated (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), in·cor·po·rat·ed, in·cor·po·rat·ing.
verb (used without object), in·cor·po·rat·ed, in·cor·po·rat·ing.
Origin of incorporate1
SYNONYMS FOR incorporate
Related formsin·cor·po·ra·tion, nounin·cor·po·ra·tive, adjectivenon·in·cor·po·ra·tive, adjective
Examples from the Web for incorporated
McKell has also incorporated the community into his other projects, like high fashion photography.
As a result, Bacon explained, “Al Qaeda has incorporated more Pakistanis into its ranks to fill these vacancies.”
The X-37B is probably testing technologies that might be incorporated into the spy satellites of the future.Will The Pentagon’s Secret Space Plane Ever Return to Earth?|Kyle Mizokami|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What happened was that Christian incorporated this idea into his character throughout the film.
Add melted butter, egg, buttermilk, and orange zest and whisk until incorporated 3.
This principle must be incorporated in church and Sunday school work to keep the continued interest of the boy.The Boy and the Sunday School|John L. Alexander
I add this qualification, because we must not forget that an incorporated service may gain value as well as lose it.Harmonies of Political Economy|Frdric Bastiat
In the same year the town of Staunton, in Augusta County, was laid off, and it was incorporated in the following year.History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia|Charles Campbell
The Feltmakers, incorporated by James I., regulated the manufacture of felt hats.Memorials of Old London|Various
The ill-famed Orchard, which it was hoped might be consolidated and incorporated into the defences, had an evil reputation.The History of the 51st (Highland) Division 1914-1918|Frederick William Bewsher