Crossword clues for spaded
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Spade \Spade\ (sp[=a]d), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Spaded; p. pr. & vb. n. Spading.] To dig with a spade; to pare off the sward of, as land, with a spade.
vb. (en-past of: spade)
Usage examples of "spaded".
Its beak became a razor's edge, talons lengthened, and a swishing, leathery, spaded tail stretched out of where its tail feathers had been.
He stared at it dispassionately as his thighs hardened, a scaled spaded tail swished a razor-bladed tip at what was moving at his feet, making the knots on his spine feel tender as he flexed his spine.
Lew closed his eyes, spaded one hand under him and kept it on the gun.
He spaded rapidly with his hands, lengthening his excavation along the tile.
A scaly, spaded tail swished a razor-bladed tip at what was moving at his feet, making the knots on his spine feel tender as he flexed his spine.
He used the end of his spaded tail as a toothpick, cleaning a twelve-inch fang, thinking, then clothed himself as a distraction.
They flapped their leathery wings, half flying, as they pulled the couriers along the floor, slashing at them with their spaded, double-blade tails.
What had once been a regal, statuesque beauty was now a fanged creature with the woman's face, but crouched low, the upper body of a woman, lower body of a lion, a twitching spaded tail, and large leathery wings.
The ex-gunner told them story after story of his Army adventures while they spaded deep through the white sand.
But when he spaded up a chunk of black dirt, it crumbled pretty easily in his hand, and there were a lot of earthworms, which even I know is a good sign.
Toiling together under the mild sun of Eden, they spaded up a tiny plot of soil, where they could test the few Terran seeds the premen had shared with them.