[ moun-tid ]
/ ˈmaʊn tɪd /
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seated or riding on a horse or other animal.
serving on horseback or on some special mount, as soldiers or police.
Military. (formerly) permanently equipped with horses or vehicles for transport.Compare mobile (def. 4).
having or set in a mounting: mounted gems.
put into position for use, as guns.
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OTHER WORDS FROM mountedun·mount·ed, adjectivewell-mounted, adjective
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How to use mounted in a sentence
Every letter which came from the absent sister did inclose some imponderable unmounted photograph, with comments.Girls and Women|Harriet E. Paine (AKA E. Chester}
For the men we had mounted and unmounted drill, and spent much time in getting the accoutrements into condition for inspection.War in the Garden of Eden|Kermit Roosevelt
Something inside prevented its going more than half way, and I found it was the little unmounted picture curled up inside.Mary Ware's Promised Land|Annie Fellows Johnston
Unmounted prints are furnished unless otherwise specified in order.Kodaks and Kodak Supplies, 1914|Canadian Kodak Company
And this done, they flanked them on either side by troops of light-armed infantry, and crossbowmen, and unmounted lancers.Villani's Chronicle|Giovanni Villani
British Dictionary definitions for mounted
/ (ˈmaʊntɪd) /
equipped with or riding horsesmounted police
provided with a support, backing, etc
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