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said

 (sĕd)
v.
Past tense and past participle of say.
adj. Law
Named or mentioned before; aforementioned: The party to the contract subsequently breached said contract.
Usage Note: The adjective said is used primarily in legal and business writing, where it is equivalent to aforesaid: the said tenant (named in a lease); said property. Outside of these specialized contexts said is usually unnecessary. Simply saying the tenant or the property will suffice.

said

(sɛd)
adj
(Law) (prenominal) (in contracts, pleadings, etc) named or mentioned previously; aforesaid
vb
the past tense and past participle of say1

said

(ˈsɑːɪd)
n
(Islam) a variant of sayyid

said

(sɛd)

v.
1. pt. and pp. of say.
adj.
2. aforesaid; aforementioned: the said witness.

said

(sed) verb
see say.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.said - being the one previously mentioned or spoken of; "works of all the aforementioned authors"; "said party has denied the charges"
same - same in identity; "the same man I saw yesterday"; "never wore the same dress twice"; "this road is the same one we were on yesterday"; "on the same side of the street"
Translations

said

[sed]
A. PT & PP of say
B. ADJdicho
the said animalsdichos animales
the said generaldicho general

said

pret, ptp of say
adj (form)besagt

said

[sɛd]
1. pt & pp of say
2. adj (aforementioned) the saidil/la suddetto/a

said

a. pp. de to say, dicho; dicho-a, citado-a, antes mencionado.
References in classic literature ?
I said likely we wouldn't, because I had heard say there warn't but about a dozen houses there, and if they didn't happen to have them lit up, how was we going to know we was passing a town?
Tom Sawyer," I says, "I'll say it again as I've said it a many a time before: I ain't fitten to black your boots.
said the farrier, taking up the thread of discourse after the lapse of a few minutes.
If ever I can get aboard again," said I, "you shall have cheese by the stone.
I don't understand you, husband," said she, "and I don't know what you mean by saying you would be glad, if it were God's will, not to be well pleased; for, fool as I am, I don't know how one can find pleasure in not having it.
But of the many falsehoods told by them, there was one which quite amazed me;--I mean when they said that you should be upon your guard and not allow yourselves to be deceived by the force of my eloquence.
Or, in spite of the opinion of the many, and in spite of consequences whether better or worse, shall we insist on the truth of what was then said, that injustice is always an evil and dishonour to him who acts unjustly?
And jist wid that in cum'd the little willian himself, and then he made me a broth of a bow, and thin he said he had ounly taken the liberty of doing me the honor of the giving me a call, and thin he went on to palaver at a great rate, and divil the bit did I comprehind what he wud be afther the tilling me at all at all, excipting and saving that he said "pully wou, woolly wou," and tould me, among a bushel o' lies, bad luck to him, that he was mad for the love o' my widdy Misthress Tracle, and that my widdy Mrs.
If people spoke distinct,' said the waiter, 'there wouldn't be half the trouble there is in the world.
When I took him into custody up in Holborn, he said you knew him.
It's the first time I ever heard it said of her,' replies my mother.
Den deh mug he squared off an' said he was fine as silk wid his dukes