verb (used with object), li·censed, li·cens·ing.
- libyan desert,
- license plate,
- licensed aircraft engineer,
- licensed practical nurse,
- licensed vocational nurse
Origin of license
Examples from the Web for licensed
Spanning more than 150 years, the exhibit exhaustively distinguishes designer pieces from licensed copies, adaptations, and fakes.
However, the act that gives blanket immunity seems only to apply to licensed dealers.Victim’s Parents Sue Merchants of the Aurora Massacre|Cliff Schecter|September 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the late 1990s a vaccine called RotaShield was licensed in the United States.
As with all self-experiments, readers will need to judge what works best for themselves—and with a licensed physician.How to Use Your Lunch Hour for Better Productivity, Without Ever Taking a Bite|Gregory Ferenstein|April 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It would have had to have proper accounting and people with financials skills to get licensed.
Orange loyalty was then licensed and let loose upon the defenceless Roman Catholic population in Ulster.The Land-War In Ireland (1870)|James Godkin
There is a licensed hotel, good stores and various tradesmen, likewise dray roads from Maneroo and Port Philip.The Book of the Bush|George Dunderdale
Had not people who kept a lunatic to be licensed or something?Beaumaroy Home from the Wars|Anthony Hope
He was a licensed insulter of his friends, and now stood before the picture in a belligerent attitude.The Invader|Margaret L. Woods
He was then licensed by the Presbytery, and has been preaching the gospel ever since that time.The Choctaw Freedmen|Robert Elliott Flickinger
see licence. Related: Licensed; licensing.