verb (used with object), treas·ured, treas·ur·ing.
Origin of treasure
Related formstreas·ur·a·ble, adjectivetreas·ure·less, adjectiveun·treas·ur·a·ble, adjectiveun·treas·ured, adjective
Examples from the Web for treasured
And therein, the ultra-exclusive Sofitel Quiberon Diététique a treasured resort solely reserved for those in the know.How the French Do Detox: Inside France’s Most Star-Studded Wellness Retreat|Brandon Presser|October 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Maybe you can give a dollar a day, and become a treasured part of our Righteous Benevolent Patrons Circle!
Ivory was a treasured material that was worked on by craftsmen of the highest order during the Renaissance ….Prince Harry, Conservationist, Poses Over Body of Dead Water Buffalo He Just Shot|Tom Sykes|February 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For that brave function alone, daytime soaps should not just be treasured—they should be fought for.
The treasured Guyanese gold bracelets she wore every day were found inside a different purse on her bedroom closet floor.Lesley Herring: The Hollywood Murder Case With No Body|Christine Pelisek|March 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Would she take all this treasured, stored-up love and longing which he was aching to cast at her feet?The Tree of Knowledge|Mrs. Baillie Reynolds
He had opened his eyes some minutes before, and on catching sight of his treasured football he began to grin.The Booming of Acre Hill|John Kendrick Bangs
We were on the verge of making come true the treasured vision of months—we were about to become abandoned farmers.The Abandoned Farmers|Irvin S. Cobb
No wonder, therefore, that they are guarded and treasured by a tribe as its most precious possession.The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3)|Sir James George Frazer
Samuel could not but communicate to Saul the treasured thoughts of his lifetime regarding the way to govern Israel.The Expositor's Bible: The First Book of Samuel|W. G. Blaikie