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slated

[ sley-tid ]
/ ˈsleɪ tɪd /
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adjective
nominated or appointed: The rabbi spoke out against the slated all-male committee for appointing rabbinic judges, calling it a further exclusion of women from public space.
planned or scheduled: After a long work week, a night of entertainment and dining are among the slated activities for the weekend.
covered with or as with slate: The walls of the family home crumble quietly under the weight of the slated roof that occasionally shakes loose and falls in pieces to the ground.
harshly or severely criticized:Poor design is possibly one of the most slated aspects of this entire toy franchise.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of slate1.
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Origin of slated

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