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Cubed

Cube \Cube\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Cubed (k[=u]bd); p. pr. & vb. n. Cubing.] To raise to the third power; to obtain the cube of.

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cubed

  1. (context mathematics English) raise to the third power. v

  2. (en-past of: cube)

Usage examples of "cubed".

But this was Lisbon squared, Lisbon cubed, Lisbon raised to some incredible exponential power.

Martians don't have 'right' and 'wrong'-instead they have propriety and impropriety, squared, cubed, and loaded with gee juice.

Two thousand twenty-five is the sum of the cubes of the integers, one cubed plus two cubed plus three cubed and so on up to nine cubed, all added together.

Then the central figure rotated itself on the vertical axis and spun out a three-D column of spirals, and Albert said, “We now have a total of 137 cubed dots in the central figure.

Then the central figure rotated itself on the vertical axis and spun out a three-D column of spirals, and Albert said, "We now have a total of 137 cubed dots in the central figure.