Remained | Definition of Remained at Dictionary.com
remains, miscellaneous, fragmentary, or other writings still unpublished at the time of an author's death. traces of some quality, condition, etc.
Remained - definition of remained by The Free Dictionary
But such a case would imply that one form had remained for a very long period unaltered, whilst its descendants had undergone a vast amount of change; and the principle of competition between organism and organism, between child and parent, will render this a very rare event; for in all cases the new and improved forms of life will tend to supplant the old and unimproved forms.
Remained Synonyms, Remained Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
Aspasia remained in Athens, triumphant over the laws of religion and morality. For three days and three nights, Paralus remained in complete oblivion.
Remain | Definition of Remain by Merriam-Webster
Verb. Little remained after the fire. Only two minutes still remain in the game. The question remains: who fired the shot? She remained in Boston after she finished college. The soldiers were ordered to remain at their posts. I remained behind after the class had ended. He remained with the team.
Remained - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
Not knowing what active course to take, they remained under arms all night, without closing an eye, and at the very first peep of dawn, when objects were yet scarce visible, everything was hastily embarked, and, without seeking to recover the stolen effects, they pushed off from shore, "glad to bid adieu," as they said, "to this abominable nest of miscreants.
Remained dictionary definition | remained defined
The car remained solidly in place.; Carmen sat down, but Alex remained standing.; Natasha, pleading a headache, remained at home. She tried to turn it away, but it remained on course.; For the remainder of the trip to the ranch, Alex remained in a good mood. » more...
REMAINED | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
remained definition: 1. past simple and past participle of remain 2. to stay in the same place or in the same condition: 3. to continue to exist when other parts or other things no longer exist: . Learn more.
REMAIN | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
These examples are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web. Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors.
Whether you need a way to reach and engage families or share resources that help stakeholders teach and learn, Remind helps you stay connected with your school community.
Remand | Definition of Remand by Merriam-Webster
a: the return of a case to another court or agency for further action … there was a rejection of the count that Microsoft attempted to monopolize the browser field, a remand to district court of the issue of whether Microsoft illegally "tied" its browser to Windows … — Steven Levy