The Collaborative International Dictionary
Etymology 1 a. 1 Fitted with or attached to a guy. 2 Fitted to serve as a guy.
Usage examples of "guyed".
The elements must be miles high to be even remotely distinguishable—cantilevered or guyed against the topsy-turvy gravity.
They tied my hands behind me, cruelly tight, and suspended me from the guyed baggage net in the center of the bubble.
So we had to be guyed, and that meant someone had to pay out the rope, or take in the slack when necessary, so we could operate without snagging or tangling.
It shut off all the harshness of space from him, and his right foot was guyed to it reassuringly.
But a careful inspection showed the great strength it had, for it was braced and guyed in a new way, and was as rigid as a steel-trussed bridge.