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Definition of said in English:

verb

past and past participle of say.

adjective

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Used in legal language or humorously to refer to someone or something already mentioned or named: acting in pursuance of the said agreement
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  • Although the issue was debated at length at the national roads board work programme and that a commitment was made by the ministry to make available the said document, nothing has been done.
  • Mike Davis, the author of the said article, is the founder of Colorprep.
  • It was at the time when the said Rita lived in the neighborhood.

Words that rhyme with said

abed, ahead, bed, behead, Birkenhead, bled, bread, bred, coed, cred, crossbred, dead, dread, Ed, embed, Enzed, fed, fled, Fred, gainsaid, head, infrared, ked, lead, led, Med, misled, misread, Ned, outspread, premed, pure-bred, read, red, redd, samoyed, shed, shred, sked, sled, sped, Spithead, spread, stead, ted, thread, tread, underbred, underfed, wed

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