Definition of 'imported'
Example sentences containing 'imported'
She turned down the offer of a bolt of sky-blue silk imported from Tesk, a second horse, a purse of silver.AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE
In the foyer of the block, ten little girls dressed in white, imported from a local school, were reciting poems by Amanda Schafer.SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
These were native to a planet they'd explored somewhere in the Orion Nebula and imported to their home world.AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE
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