Simple past tense and past participle of preserve. (verb)
Examples of word preserved
Again, the feast of the Purification was the time to kindle a â€œbrandâ€ preserved from the Christmas log.
The second definition of the word safe is "having been preserved from a real danger."
You gotta get your own subject and if everyone picks somebody then there will be just that much more preserved from the floor cracks. at
And by now, there's virtually no way to put two words together that doesn't have a Greek label preserved in aspic by generations of English department pedants.
Beowulf is not a â€œprimitive poem;â€ it is a late one, using the materials (then still plentiful) preserved from a day already changing and passing, a time that has now for ever vanished, swallowed in oblivion; using them for a new purpose, with a wider sweep of the imagination, if with a less bitter and concentrated force.