reserved

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reserved

  1. simple past tense and past participle of reserve

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reserved (comparative more reserved, superlative most reserved)

  1. (comparable) Slow to reveal emotion or opinions.
    He was a quiet, reserved person.
  2. (not comparable) Set aside for a particular person or purpose.
    I'm sorry, sir, but these are reserved seats.
    • 1929, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, When the World Screamed[1]:
      A special reserved enclosure with sandbags and a corrugated iron roof was set aside for three members of the Royal Family.

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