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Synonyms for settled

established or decided beyond dispute or doubt

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established in a desired position or place

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inhabited by colonists

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not changeable

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Settled? You mean, do I feel as if I were settling down?"
"Do you think it will ever be in a settled state?" said I.
"My dear Esther, I am a very unfortunate dog not to be more settled, but how CAN I be more settled?
"I do not mean to say that a woman may not be settled too near her family.
"that is, he has had my promise to consent to it, so soon as he could secure a permanent and settled line in life.
She smiled her approval, for she shared with Billy his horror of debt, just as both shared it with that early tide of pioneers with a Puritan ethic, which had settled the West.
If you will name the price you put upon the articles, it is possible the damage may be quietly settled between us, and all hard feelings forgotten.
Would you leave us to go with this young man into the settled countries, or will you tarry and share the little we have to give, but which to you we give so freely?"
And now I have settled with you all, on terms that I hope you will not find hard, but, on the contrary, just and manly.
I write this, it is hardly necessary to say, under the impression that, wherever he may now be living, he is settled in the place for some little time.
After this had been settled, Colonel Brandon began to talk of his own advantage in securing so respectable and agreeable a neighbour, and THEN it was that he mentioned with regret, that the house was small and indifferent;--an evil which Elinor, as Mrs.
If you encounter any resistance along the sides or if you cannot touch the bottom of the container with the rod, the solids in the coating may have settled, in which case the coating needs to be reconstituted.
Specifically, while a defendant who has settled out of a case may technically have "no interest in the controversy," it certainly did have an interest in the controversy prior to the time of its settlement.
But you must value SARs that will be settled in stock at the grant date, because, like options, they're equity instruments.
Artz and Blume indicated in 1991 that approximately 35 percent of all malpractice cases were settled out of court or before a verdict was reached and responsibility for damages was determined.[1] Many interpret settling out of court as an admission of guilt by the physician and the insurance company.