Inducted [adjective]

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He was later inducted to the George Washington Hall of Fame and is still considered one of the best all-around players the school has produced.

He was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a player three years later.

Thomas was named the 2018 Journalist of the Year by Journalism and Women Symposium and was inducted into the Scripps Hall of Fame for commentary in 2008.

In 1986, Heinsohn was inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a player.

I walked into the meeting and Michael Meyer, who is the executive producer and financier of the film, told me that he had watched this YouTube clip of Isiah Thomas being inducted into the Hall of Fame.

To that end, in spite of their non-knightly status, few of the Turcopoles were even offered special fiefs and inducted into the division of royal Turcopoles, commanded by the state-appointed grand turcopolier.

A charge to the inducted minister followed; then came a sermon to the people, pointing out their duties.

Sam, who had been inducted into farming two years before, was out in the field mowing with father and the man.

We pay something like sixpence half-penny or sevenpence apiece, and are inducted into the dress-circle.

Eight years have elapsed, a new President is just inducted, and the question is now brought up for our decision.