Simple past tense and past participle of deploy. (verb)
Examples of word deployed
The term deployed is precise, premeditated and deliberate because taken to its logical end Dodo software is just lousy and unimaginative thoughtware - follow it to the 'T' and don't be surprise if it you end sitting in a cave picking ticks off your mate while the rest pick entrails to make sense of the destiny of mankind's fate.
And so, all day long, we were treated to mispronunciations and sports analogies and comparisons to gambling -- a term deployed with the intent of instilling an underlying seediness until Senator John Ensign stepped in to momentarily defend his Las Vegas constituents.
In fact, the 2010 New START Treaty signed by the United States and Russia does provide for a reduction of some 30 percent in deployed strategic warheads on the part of these two dominant nuclear powers.
March 1983 my flight was once again deployed to meet a possible threat by Libya as his forces threaten Chad.
Watching his mendacity being deployed is a distasteful business, the more so when he bullies his way out of the question with a verbal vomit of questionable statistics.