Definition of Hyphenated

1. a. United by hyphens; hyphened; as, a hyphenated or hyphened word.



Definition of Hyphenated

1. Verb. (past of hyphenate) ¹

2. Adjective. Written with a hyphen. ¹

3. Adjective. Of a person, considered to have more than one nationality or ethnicity (such as French-Canadian, Afro-Argentine, etc.). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hyphenated

1. hyphenate [v] - See also: hyphenate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyphenated

hypesters
hypesthesia
hypethral
hypha
hyphae
hyphaema
hyphal
hyphedonia
hyphema
hyphemia
hyphemias
hyphen
hyphen-minus
hyphen-minuses
hyphenate
hyphenated (current term)
hyphenated compound
hyphenated compounds
hyphenates
hyphenating
hyphenation
hyphenations
hyphenator
hyphenators
hyphened
hyphenic
hyphening
hyphenless
hyphens
hyphomycetes

Literary usage of Hyphenated

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1. Report of the 1st-22d Annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International (1916)
"I looked up the word hyphenated in Webster's dictionary, where it has been leading an existence of peaceful obscurity ever since that book became the ..."

2. The Problems and Lessons of the War by George Hubbard Blakeslee (1916)
"TO WHAT EXTENT WOULD AMERICA PROFIT BY SUPPRESSING THE NATIONAL TRADITIONS OF ITS hyphenated CITIZENS BY CAMILLO VON KLENZE THE early settlers of those ..."

3. Rights and Duties of Neutrals: A Discussion of Principles and Practices by Daniel Chauncey Brewer (1916)
"... ALIENS AND hyphenated CITIZENS IN NEUTRAL STATES IT has been seen how difficult resident aliens *• may make it for a neutral to guard its own rights. ..."

4. Building Spelling Skills: Grade 5 by Jo Ellen Moore (2002)
"20. bonus word s bonus word Building Spelling Skills, Daily Practice • EMC 2709 and hyphenated words) 2 Copy and Spell VIE/> 3' Cover and Spell © Evan-Moor ..."

5. Indexing: A Handbook of Instruction by George Edward Brown (1921)
"hyphenated Names, again, present difficulties. It is suggested by some writers that the indexer ought to discover or judge which is the real family name and ..."

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