The Collaborative International Dictionary
Orbed \Orbed\, a. Having the form of an orb; round.
The orb[`e]d eyelids are let down.
Orb \Orb\ ([^o]rb), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Orbed ([^o]rbd); p. pr. & vb. n. Orbing.]
To form into an orb or circle. [Poetic]
To encircle; to surround; to inclose. [Poetic]
The wheels were orbed with gold.
a. Having the form of an orb; round; spherical.
Usage examples of "orbed".
She’d lent Phoebe her car, and Piper had the SUV, so she’d orbed herself onto Elijah’s street and she was going to have to orb herself back to the manor.
He had already orbed the Book of Shadows back to the manor but had opted to come back and help them just in case they ran into trouble at the Luxor.
Leo had already orbed himself and Cole back home to check on the manor before giving the news of their vanquishings to the Elders.
Tina glared furiously at Paige and lifted her wrist, but before she could be flung again, Paige orbed over to her sisters and Leo.
Leo had orbed out again to see if he could pick up anything on the demonic street.
They saw him then, tumescent, flushed red as blood, eyes orbed with triumph, dancing upon a small elevation above the forest floor.