Lidded
Lidded Lid"ded (l[i^]d"d[e^]d), a. Covered with a lid. --Keats. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • lidded — [lid′id] adj. 1. covered with or as with a lid 2. having (a specified kind of) eyelids [heavy lidded] * * * …   Universalium

  • lidded — [lid′id] adj. 1. covered with or as with a lid 2. having (a specified kind of) eyelids [heavy lidded] …   English World dictionary

  • lidded — [[t]lɪ̱dɪd[/t]] 1) ADJ: ADJ n Lidded is used to describe a container that has a lid. ...a lidded saucepan. 2) ADJ When someone has lidded eyes, their eyelids are partly or fully closed. [LITERARY] Julie squinted at her through lidded eyes... My… …   English dictionary

  • lidded — adjective 1. having or covered with a lid or lids; often used in combination milk is left in a large lidded mug heavy lidded eyes • Ant: ↑lidless 2. having a lid milk in a heavy lidded mug • Similar to: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • lidded — adjective Date: before 12th century 1. having or covered with a lid < a lidded tureen > 2. having lids especially of a specified kind usually used in combination < heavy lidded eyes > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • lidded — lid|ded [ˈlıdıd] adj 1.) heavy lidded eyes eyes with large ↑eyelids 2.) a lidded container, pot etc has a lid …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lidded — adjective 1 heavy lidded eyes eyes with large eyelids 2 a lidded container, pot etc has a lid …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • -lidded — lid|ded «LIHD ihd», adjective. having a lid; covered with or as if with a lid. lidded, combining form. having (eye)lids: »Heavy lidded = having heavy (eye)lids …   Useful english dictionary

  • lidded — adjective Having a cover like a lid. The lidded box was much more useful than the one without the cover which allowed all the dust in …   Wiktionary

  • lidded — lid|ded [ lıdəd ] adjective 1. ) with your eyes half closed 2. ) a lidded container has a lid …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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