verb (used with object), ref·er·eed, ref·er·ee·ing.
verb (used without object), ref·er·eed, ref·er·ee·ing.
- refectory table,
- reference book,
- reference electrode,
- reference frame,
- reference group
Origin of referee
Examples from the Web for refereed
Scientific developments in other nations were written up in refereed journals and became universally available.
Armour had never felt so nervous before; it was actually the first time he had refereed on a game.The Loom of Youth|Alec Waugh
We can, and indeed do, print electronic journals, which are refereed on the network.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
I remember Terry of Yale who refereed that game, above all others.Football Days|William H. Edwards
From this corner he dealt out cigars to the deserving, held stake moneys, decided all bets, and refereed all differences.The Celebrity, Complete|Winston Churchill