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  1. simple past and past participle of weight

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weighted (comparative more weighted, superlative most weighted)

  1. Having weights on it.
    She wore a weighted dress so it wouldn't blow in the wind.
  2. Biased, so as to favour one party.
    The competition was weighted so he'd be the clear favourite to win.
  3. (graph theory, of a graph) having values assigned to its edges
  4. (statistics) With the components of an average multiplied by particular factors so as to take account of their relative importance.
  5. Containing a large proportion (of something).
    • 2012 May 31, Tasha Robinson, “Film: Review: Snow White And The Huntsman”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[1]:
      Huntsman starts out with a vision of Theron that’s specific, unique, and weighted in character, but it trends throughout toward generic fantasy tropes and black-and-white morality, and climaxes in a thoroughly familiar face-off.

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