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written

[ rit-n ]
/ ˈrɪt n /
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verb
a past participle of write.
adjective
expressed in writing (distinguished from spoken).
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OTHER WORDS FROM written

half-written, adjectivepre·writ·ten, adjectiveself-written, adjectivewell-written, adjective
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How to use written in a sentence

  • Miss Moore has already prewritten her counterblast to my criticism in her poem "to a Steam Roller."

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British Dictionary definitions for written

written
/ (ˈrɪtən) /

verb
the past participle of write
adjective
taken down in writing; transcribedwritten evidence; the written word Compare spoken (def. 2)
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