Definition of Canopied

1. Adjective. Covered with or as with a canopy. "Streets canopied by stately trees"

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Definition of Canopied

1. Adjective. covered overhead with (or as if with) a canopy. ¹

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Definition of Canopied

1. canopy [v] - See also: canopy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canopied

canons
canonship
canonships
canoodle
canoodled
canoodler
canoodlers
canoodles
canoodling
canoodlings
canophilia
canopic
canopic jar
canopic jars
canopic vase
canopied (current term)
canopies
canopy
canopy bed
canopy beds
canopying
canopylike
canorous
canorously
canorousness
canorousnesses
canrenone
cans
cansful

Literary usage of Canopied

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1823)
"... and shades of grey To stand upon this high walk, canopied To gaze upon the fields out-stretching wide, With stately lime-trees, forming gorgeous bowers, ..."

2. Father and Son: Biographical Recollections by Edmund Gosse (1907)
"The ancient thatched cottages of Barton were shut in by moist hills, and canopied by ancient trees; they were approached along a deep lane which was all a ..."

3. Wood Carvings in English Churches by Francis Bond (1910)
"CHAPTER III canopied STALLS IT is probable that all the back stalls of monastic and collegiate churches had originally some form of canopy. ..."

4. Highways and Byways in the Border by Andrew Lang, John Lang (1914)
"They pulled down an Buttresses with canopied Nickes at Edrom. eleventh century church in order to build the present edifice. Only a fragment of the original ..."

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