Chaliced
Chaliced Chal"iced, a. Having a calyx or cup; cup-shaped. ``Chaliced flowers.'' --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • chaliced — [chal′ist] adj. cup shaped: said of a flower * * * …   Universalium

  • chaliced — [chal′ist] adj. cup shaped: said of a flower …   English World dictionary

  • chaliced — chal·iced …   English syllables

  • chaliced — ˈchalə̇st adjective of a flower : having a cup shaped blossom …   Useful english dictionary

  • chalice — chaliced /chal ist/, adj. /chal is/, n. 1. Eccles. a. a cup for the wine of the Eucharist or Mass. b. the wine contained in it. 2. a drinking cup or goblet. 3. a cuplike blossom. [bef. 900; ME < MF < L calici (s. of calix) cup; r. ME caliz …   Universalium

  • chalice — /ˈtʃæləs / (say chaluhs) noun 1. Ecclesiastical a. a cup for the wine of the eucharist or mass. b. the wine contained in it. 2. Poetic a drinking cup. 3. a cuplike blossom. {Middle English, from Old French, from Latin calix cup; replacing Middle… …   Australian English dictionary

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