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signed

 (sīnd)
adj.
1. Having a signature affixed: a signed document.
2. Of, relating to, or expressed in a sign language: a signed translation.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.signed - having a handwritten signature; "a signed letter"
unsigned - lacking a signature; "the message was typewritten and unsigned"
2.signed - used of the language of the deaf
communicatory, communicative - able or tending to communicate; "was a communicative person and quickly told all she knew"- W.M.Thackeray
Translations
podepsanýse znaménkem
References in classic literature ?
Is it absolutely necessary," he asked "that this thing here, under your elbow, should be signed to-day?
The second question, concerning the nature of the legal contract by which the money was to be obtained, and the degree of personal responsibility to which Laura might subject herself if she signed it in the dark, involved considerations which lay far beyond any knowledge and experience that either of us possessed.
Lecount, "there is the Will to be signed first; and there must be two persons found to witness your signature.
He dipped the pen in the ink, and signed the Will without uttering a word.
At nine o'clock the contract is to be signed at my father-in-law's.
This is the way such affairs are generally arranged when it is wished to do them stylishly: Your two solicitors appoint a meeting, when the contract is signed, for the next or the following day; then they exchange the two portions, for which they each give a receipt; then, when the marriage is celebrated, they place the amount at your disposal as the chief member of the alliance.
The baron took the pen and signed, then the representative.
He then signed it himself, and my Lady and the Chancellor added their names as witnesses.
This is the one he read but didn't sign: and this is the one he signed but didn't read
I met the seal-hunter, Pete Holt, and agreed to be his boat-puller and to sign on any schooner he signed on.
On the 12th of January, 1893, I was seventeen, and the 20th of January I signed before the shipping commissioner the articles of the Sophie Sutherland, a three topmast sealing schooner bound on a voyage to the coast of Japan.
But you would not have signed if you had not taken that second goblet.