English adjective: established
|1.||established brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established|
|Samples||The established social order.|
Distrust the constituted authority.
A team established as a member of a major league.
Enjoyed his prestige as an established writer.
An established precedent.
The established Church.
|Similar||deep-rooted, deep-seated, entrenched, grooved, implanted, ingrained, legitimate, official, planted, recognised, recognized, self-constituted, self-established, well-grooved|
|2.||established settled securely and unconditionally|
|Samples||That smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact.|
|3.||established conforming with accepted standards|
|Samples||A conventional view of the world.|
|4.||established shown to be valid beyond a reasonable doubt|
|Samples||The established facts in the case.|
|5.||established introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation|