prepared (part of speech: adjective)
dressed, arranged, fabricated, mobilized, made, furnished, curried, fostered, outfitted, constructed, composed, equipped, primed, drafted, readied, fitted, prepared, warmed up, developed, devised, fashioned, formulated
- Marcellus, therefore, having marshaled his army within the city, placed the baggage near to the gates, and, by an edict, forbade the Nolans to go to the walls. - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
- They marshaled past, thirteen in all; and there were glimpses of deserts, snowcapped mountains, men moving in the blur of smoke, long watches in the night. - "The Puppet Crown", Harold MacGrath.
- For a moment, until he marshaled his wandering wits, he believed it no dream at all, but a reality, and then as the happenings of the previous afternoon and night were remembered, he realized his position, and Bobby's going, and he began wildly digging away the snow with his hands. - "Bobby of the Labrador", Dillon Wallace.