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1. United into one body; combined.
2. Formed into or organized and maintained as a legal corporation.
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1. united or combined into a whole
2. (Commerce) organized as a legal corporation, esp in commerce. Abbreviation: Inc or inc
inˈcorpoˌratedness n
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(ɪnˈkɔr pəˌreɪ tɪd)

1. formed into a legal corporation.
2. combined in one body.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.incorporated - formed or united into a wholeincorporated - formed or united into a whole  
united - characterized by unity; being or joined into a single entity; "presented a united front"
2.incorporated - organized and maintained as a legal corporation; "a special agency set up in corporate form"; "an incorporated town"
organized - formed into a structured or coherent whole
3.incorporated - introduced into as a part of the whole; "the ideas incorporated in his revised manuscript"
integrated - formed into a whole or introduced into another entity; "a more closely integrated economic and political system"- Dwight D.Eisenhower; "an integrated Europe"
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Serving as part of a whole, as a nondetachable part of a larger unit:
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مُتَّحِد، مُنْدَمِج
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[ɪnˈkɔːpəreɪtɪd] ADJ (US) (Comm) Jones & Lloyd IncorporatedJones y Lloyd Sociedad Anónima
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[ɪnˈkɔːrpəreɪtɪd] adj (US)SA incorporated companyincorporated company n (US)société f anonyme
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[ɪnˈkɔːpəˌreɪtɪd] adj (Am) (Comm) incorporated companysocietà f inv per azioni
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(inˈkoːpəreit) verb
to contain or include as part of the whole. The shopping centre incorporates a library and a bank.
inˈcorporated adjective
(often abbreviated to Inc., ~inc.) formed into a company, corporation etc. The name of our company is `Field Services, Incorporated'.
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The Legislature incorporated towns, and made new purchases of lands from the Indians.
His life, before he came to Raveloe, had been filled with the movement, the mental activity, and the close fellowship, which, in that day as in this, marked the life of an artisan early incorporated in a narrow religious sect, where the poorest layman has the chance of distinguishing himself by gifts of speech, and has, at the very least, the weight of a silent voter in the government of his community.
To people accustomed to reason about the forms in which their religious feeling has incorporated itself, it is difficult to enter into that simple, untaught state of mind in which the form and the feeling have never been severed by an act of reflection.
Certainly it needs a definition, and should be incorporated into the Lexicon.
I must own that I could not give a negative answer to this question, without first obliterating every impression which I have received with regard to the present genius of the people of America, the spirit which actuates the State legislatures, and the principles which are incorporated with the political character of every class of citizens I am unable to conceive that the people of America, in their present temper, or under any circumstances which can speedily happen, will choose, and every second year repeat the choice of, sixty-five or a hundred men who would be disposed to form and pursue a scheme of tyranny or treachery.
Into his snarl he incorporated all that was vicious, malignant, and horrible.
Were not Texas and Florida both incorporated into the Union in 1845?"
"Just what I wanted!" he exclaimed; and the receipt for the "Lily of the Valley Water" was instantly incorporated into Kidnapped.
This product is then treated electrically, or rather certain proportions of refined electric vibrations are incorporated with it, and the result is then pumped to the five principal air centers of the planet where, as it is released, contact with the ether of space transforms it into atmosphere.
In a word, that accumulated knowledge which man inherits by means of books, imparted and transmitted information, schools, colleges, and universities, we obtain through more subtle agencies that are incorporated with our organic construction, and which form a species of hereditary mesmerism; a vegetable clairvoyance that enables us to see with the eyes, hear with the ears, and digest with the understandings of our predecessors.
The scarecrow gasped, struggled, and at length emitted a murmur, which was so incorporated with its smoky breath that you could scarcely tell whether it were indeed a voice or only a whiff of tobacco.
A few hours longer and the deep, mysterious ocean will quench and hide for ever the symbol which ye have caused to burn on her bosom!" Nor were it an inconsistency too improbable to be assigned to human nature, should we suppose a feeling of regret in Hester's mind, at the moment when she was about to win her freedom from the pain which had been thus deeply incorporated with her being.

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