The Collaborative International Dictionary
Page \Page\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Paged (p[=a]jd); p. pr. & vb. n. Paging (p[=a]"j[i^]ng).] To mark or number the pages of, as a book or manuscript; to furnish with folios.
vb. (en-past of: page)
Usage examples of "paged".
Lander was paged by someone while she was interviewing her," he said to the nurse.
Wright was the one who had paged her earlier, when she was talking to Mrs.
He picked up the phone and paged her, just on the chance she had her pager switched on, and then hit "repeat" again.
And since it was impossible to get anything past Maisie, she walked down to the nurses' station and called the switchboard to see who'd paged her.
I have paged you and been by your office numerous times," he said, his voice vibrating with irritation.
He had her paged, and then sat there by the phone, waiting for her to call.
Her heart quickened as she dragged the heavy tome down from the shelf, and it beat like a wild elf's battle drum as she paged through the complex birth records.
The judge picked it up and paged through it, his expression turning more dour by the moment.
She paged through the ancient book, her face deathly pale and her lips set in a tight line.
In a carved wood chair she found a hidden compartment and paged through the neat pile of parchment stacked within.
Ignoring the other treasures, Liriel reached for the book and paged through it.
She started to tell him that she’d just been paged to the ER when she caught sight of Jack.
At eleven-thirty it was crowded but Susan had found a table in the corner and had paged Bellows.
At one point she had called the Memorial and had Bellows paged, but she hung up before he could answer.
He sat on the floor with the biggest volume—The Random House Dictionary of the English Language—and paged to ROBIN GOODFELLOW, because Mysterious Caller had said that the man from whom Fric would soon need to hide “styles himself as Robin Goodfellow.