Hosted [verb]

Definition of Hosted:

entertain, accommodate

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Sentence/Example of Hosted:

While there were multiple hosts and some live performances, many artists appeared virtually from places in the world.

“It’s both ironic and beautiful that this is happening,” says Ken Page, a dating expert, psychotherapist and host of the Deeper Dating podcast.

I would say that puts us in the minority these days, but hosts seem delighted to receive notes in the mail.

In the early stages of any industry’s development, firms with good ideas and good products may fail for a host of reasons.

Thus a host of factors might have led to the end of the long, productive dialogue.

Racaniello points out that the four circulating common cold coronaviruses “all came into humans from animal hosts, and they may have been initially quite virulent.”

ESPN anchor, radio host and novelist Mike Greenberg sat for a revealing interview with OZY’s CEO and co-founder on the latest episode of The Carlos Watson Show.

That’s when comedians Tess Barker and Barbara Gray, hosts of the Spears-centric podcast Britney’s Gram, received a voicemail from someone who said he used to be a paralegal at the law firm handling Spears’s conservatorship.

As host of one of the few neutral-site rivalry games in college football, TIAA Bank Field seats fans of the Bulldogs and Gators on separate sides of the stadiums, with the red and blue attire meeting behind the goal posts in each end zone.

Fox Sports announced Wednesday that Rob Stone, Brady Quinn, Urban Meyer, Reggie Bush and Matt Leinart — the hosts of its “Big Noon Kickoff” college football pregame show — will not be present for Saturday’s broadcast “out of an abundance of caution.”