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re·moved

 (rĭ-mo͞ovd′)
adj.
1. Distant in space, time, or nature; remote.
2. Separated in relationship by a given degree of descent: A first cousin's child is one's first cousin once removed.

re·mov′ed·ly (-mo͞o′vĭd-lē) adv.
re·mov′ed·ness n.

removed

(rɪˈmuːvd)
adj
1. separated by distance or abstract distinction
2. (Law) (postpositive) separated by a degree of descent or kinship: the child of a person's first cousin is his first cousin once removed.
removedness n

re•moved

(rɪˈmuvd)

adj.
1. remote; separate; not connected with; distinct from.
2. distant by a given number of degrees of descent or kinship: My father's first cousin is my first cousin once removed.
[1540–50]
re•mov′ed•ly, adv.
re•mov′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.removed - separated in relationship by a given degree of descent; "a cousin once removed"
distant, remote - far apart in relevance or relationship or kinship ; "a distant cousin"; "a remote relative"; "a distant likeness"; "considerations entirely removed (or remote) from politics"
2.removed - separate or apart in time; "distant events"; "the remote past or future"
far - located at a great distance in time or space or degree; "we come from a far country"; "far corners of the earth"; "the far future"; "a far journey"; "the far side of the road"; "far from the truth"; "far in the future"

removed

adjective remote, foreign, outside, alien, irrelevant, unrelated, unconnected, immaterial, extraneous, extrinsic outlandish rubbish, far removed from reality

removed

adjective
1. Far from others in space, time, or relationship:
Idiom: at a distance.
2. Far from centers of human population:
3. Set away from all others:
Translations

removed

[rɪˈmuːvd] ADJ to be far removed from sthdistar or apartarse mucho de algo
his political views are far removed from theirssus ideas políticas distan or se apartan mucho de las de ellos
an indifference not far removed from contemptuna indiferencia rayana con or que rayaba en el desprecio
first cousin once removed (= parent's cousin) → tío/a m/f segundo/a; (= cousin's child) → sobrino/a m/f segundo/a, hijo/a m/f de primo carnal

removed

[rɪˈmuːvd] adj
first cousin once removed → cousin(e) au deuxième degré
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All eyes turned toward the bridal party, and a murmur of amazement went through the throng, for neither bride nor groom removed their masks.
Then, after a short consultation among the white members of the latter's organization, their tents were set up in another clearing, removed and separated by a screen of trees and bushes from those of Tom Swift's friends.
Madame Ratignolle removed her veil, wiped her face with a rather delicate handkerchief, and fanned herself with the fan which she always carried suspended somewhere about her person by a long, narrow ribbon.
In this manner the scene of the combat was removed from the center of the little plain to its verge.
Carr and his daughters, simultaneously removed their various and remarkable head coverings, and waited until Fairfax advanced and severally presented them.
It opened above the porch, where there had formerly been a balcony, the balustrade of which had long since gone to decay, and been removed.
At all events, I, the present writer, as their representative, hereby take shame upon myself for their sakes, and pray that any curse incurred by them -- as I have heard, and as the dreary and unprosperous condition of the race, for many a long year back, would argue to exist -- may be now and henceforth removed.
As he was a bachelor, and in nobody's debt, nobody troubled his head any more about him; the school was removed to a different quarter of the Hollow, and another pedagogue reigned in his stead.
However, hat and coat and overshoes were one by one removed, and hung up in a little space in an adjacent corner; when, arrayed in a decent suit, he quietly approached the pulpit.
In disposing of the body of a right whale, when brought alongside the ship, the same preliminary proceedings commonly take place as in the case of a sperm whale; only, in the latter instance, the head is cut off whole, but in the former the lips and tongue are separately removed and hoisted on deck, with all the well known black bone attached to what is called the crown-piece.
The carcass hog was scooped out of the vat by machinery, and then it fell to the second floor, passing on the way through a wonderful machine with numerous scrapers, which adjusted themselves to the size and shape of the animal, and sent it out at the other end with nearly all of its bristles removed.
Stowe attempted unsuccessfully to have this identifying note removed from the stereotype-plate of the first edition.