fezzed
adjective see fez

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  • fezzed — /fezd/ adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑fez …   Useful english dictionary

  • fezzed — be·fezzed; …   English syllables

  • fez — noun (plural fezzes; also fezes) Etymology: French, from Fez, Morocco Date: circa 1803 a brimless cone shaped flat crowned hat that usually has a tassel, is usually made of red felt, and is worn especially by men in eastern Mediterranean… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • fez — [fɛz] noun (plural fezzes) a flat topped conical red hat with a black tassel on top, worn by men in some Muslim countries. Derivatives fezzed adjective Origin C19: from Turk. fes, named after Fez, a city in Morocco, once the chief place of… …   English new terms dictionary

  • BE — BE; Be; be·ant; be·aproned; be·a·ta; be·a·tif·ic; be·a·tif·i·cate; be·at·i·fi·ca·tion; be·at·i·fy; be·at·i·tude; be·a·tus; be·bee·rine; be·bee·ru; be·bi·za·tion; be·bop; be·bop·per; be·bouldered; be·bung; be·call; be·calm; be·card; be·casse;… …   English syllables

  • befezzed — be·fezzed …   English syllables

  • Fez — n. (pl. fezzes) a flat topped conical red cap with a tassel, worn by men in some Muslim countries. Derivatives: fezzed adj. Etymology: Turk., perh. f. Fez (now Fegraves) in Morocco …   Useful english dictionary

  • fez — n. (pl. fezzes) a flat topped conical red cap with a tassel, worn by men in some Muslim countries. Derivatives: fezzed adj. Etymology: Turk., perh. f. Fez (now Fegraves) in Morocco …   Useful english dictionary

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