Definition of Lozenged
1. a. Having the form of a lozenge or rhomb.
Definition of Lozenged
1. divided into lozenges [adj]
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Literary usage of Lozenged
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Chronicles of Froissart by Jean Froissart, George Campbell Macaulay (1908)
"... some with black bands on red coats, some bordered with white on blue coats, some planted with green and blue, some lozenged with white and black, ..."
2. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1908)
"He "then dissected a portion of the parietal peritoneum near the iliac fossa, leaving exposed a lozenged surface 1£ inches long. ..."
3. Treatise on Ceramic Industries: A Complete Manual for Pottery, Tile and by Emile Bourry, Wilton P. Rix (1901)
"Lozenged Tiles. Instead of fitting in the tiles with vertical and horizontal joints, they can be arranged obliquely, and thus lozenge shape tiles can be ..."
4. A Description of Indian and Oriental Armour: Illustrated from the Collection by Wilbraham Egerton Egerton (1896)
"... tached to the wrist ends are open gauntlets of purple velvet, studded with small gilt-headed nails disposed in a lozenged diaper. L. 20 in. (12576.--69. ..."
5. An Illustrated Handbook of Indian Arms: Being a Classified and Descriptive by Indian Museum, Wilbraham Egerton Egerton (1880)
"... tached to the wrist ends are open gauntlets of purple velvet, studded with small gilt-headed naila disposed in a lozenged diaper. L. 20 in. (12576.-'69. ..."
6. Treitschke, His Doctrine of German Destiny and of International Relations by Heinrich von Treitschke, Adolf Hausrath, George Haven Putnam (1914)
"... that he should cease to be "a pearl in the lozenged wreath of Saxony." The doctrinaire is annoyed and offended when brutal facts disturb his circle. ..."
7. Calendar of State Papers: Foreign Series, of the Reign of Elizabeth by Great Britain Public Record Office (1865)
"Another lozenged fair diamond in a ring of gold. A ruby set in a ring of gold. In a small coffer silver gilt, garnished with counterfeit stones, ..."