accomplished, dictated, ineradicable, hard-shell, determined, resolved, calm, ingrained, built-up, decreed, prescribed, effected, nonnomadic, irradicable, based, appointed, ordained, inveterate, relocated, located, deterministic, situated, entrenched, deep-seated, deep-rooted, firm, definite, continue, resettled, at home, ended, inhabited, colonised, defined, colonized, preconcerted, confirmed
recompensed (part of speech: verb)
ordered (part of speech: verb)
harmonized, maintained, ordered, balanced, plotted, controlled, formed, stabilized, organized, programmed, arranged, separated, typed, shaped, unified, systematized, collated, stratified, categorized, composed, classed, sorted, classified, sifted, integrated, grouped, designed, planned, orchestrated, schemed, subordinated, placed, devised, regulated, schematized, scored, arrayed, fixed, screened, set, scheduled, cast, methodized, pigeonholed, graded, unsnarled, righted, ranked, supported, structured, framed, established, prepared, normalized, rated, charted, marshalled, rationalized
rested (part of speech: verb)
restituted (part of speech: adjective)
descended (part of speech: verb)
paid (part of speech: verb)
compromised (part of speech: verb)
- Well, indeed, I thought that was settled on all hands, Sir. - "The Bride of Fort Edward", Delia Bacon.
- It came into John's mind that being settled was one thing and being done was quite another; but he did not say so. - "Shenac's Work at Home", Margaret Murray Robertson.
- That can all be settled if we speak to her this evening. - "The Green Mummy", Fergus Hume.