Clued [noun]

Definition of Clued:

hint, evidence

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Sentence/Example of Clued:

An estimation of the solids, therefore, furnishes an important clue to the functional efficiency of the kidneys.

At last the report of several rifles from the island of trees gave us a clue to the mystery.

If the finder knows who the owner is or has a reasonable clue to the ownership, which he disregards, he is guilty of larceny.

If we knew more of it, we should see more clearly where religion and morality joined hands, but we know enough to give us a clue.

He sat down at a table near the door and searched the minds of the dancers for a clue to the meaning of what he saw.

The clue of the whole foreign policy of England and Holland was in his possession.

The French maid had given Varney an important clue, though the others had been blind to it.

We could act as guides for the girls and at the same time perhaps discover a clue to the hideout of the rustlers.

Nobody could give a clue to its identity, and it was decided unanimously that it had been brought from a distance.

But through one or the other lay the only clue to her friends, who certainly ought to be made acquainted with her position.