The funds were designated for infrastructure spending and handed over to the states.
She got to be the designated sacrificial lamb to run against Joe Biden in 2008, and got 35 percent of the vote.
Or at least your designated poolers will during the next photo op.
Gas is $8.00 a gallon, so those forced to use these designated routes are wasting both time and money they don't have.
That garage was recently designated a Registered National Landmark.
A particular gate shall be designated by which they may enter the city, accompanied by an imperial commissary.
He who was designated First among the council of the Mureess answered.
Prominent among them was a bright green line, which is designated by the number 1,474; to this line attention was directed.
I have designated this degeneration by the term blastophthoria.
But a supposed center of the universe has really been designated by some astronomers.
past participle adjective from designate. Designated hitter introduced in American League baseball in 1973, soon giving wide figurative extension to designated, e.g. designated driver, by 1985.