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reeded

Etymology 1

  1. 1 Covered with reeds; reedy. 2 Formed with channels and ridges like reeds, as the edge of a coin. Etymology 2

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  2. (en-past of: reed)

The Collaborative International Dictionary

Reeded

Reeded \Reed"ed\, a.

  1. Civered with reeds; reedy.
    --Tusser.

  2. Formed with channels and ridges like reeds.

Usage examples of "reeded".

The front door was nearly twelve feet tall, red, with reeded glass running the length, and there were arrays of colorful Tibetan prayer wheels, like spools, on either side of the door.

The floor-length torchiere lamps, with their reeded shafts and urn-shaped bowls, provided the room with a soft rosy light that reminded Meghann of the Stork Club in New York City, where Simon had taken her for their first and oh so memorable date.