Definition of Mounded

1. Verb. (past of mound) ¹



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Definition of Mounded

1. mound [v] - See also: mound

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mounded

moults
moun
mounanaite
mounch
mounched
mounching
mound-bird
mound bird
mound builder
mound over
moundbird
moundbirds
moundbuilder
moundbuilders
mounded (current term)
mounded over
mounding
moundlike
mounds
mounier-kuhn syndrome
mounseer
mounseers
mount up
mountable
mountain
mountain(a)
mountain-goat
mountain-lion

Literary usage of Mounded

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1. The ├ćneid of Virgil by Virgil (1910)
"Straightway he spied the ships, In hiding near the camp, defended well By mounded river-bank and fleeting wave. On these he fell; while his exultant crew ..."

2. On Translating Homer: Three Lectures Given at Oxford by Matthew Arnold (1861)
"But let me be dead, and the earth be mounded above me, Ere'I hear thy cries, and thy captivity told of. The main question, whether or no this version ..."

3. Vestiges of Civilization: Or, The Aetiology of History, Religious by James O'Connell (1851)
"In fact the rock-cut tombs of the Egyptians were already mounded, by the mountain from which they are excavated; The stage of tumulus was supplied naturally ..."

4. Tecumseh, Or, The West Thirty Years Since: A Poem by George Hooker Colton (1842)
"... The warrior tribes of Eld lie mounded o'er, Where fell they wrapped in battle's gory shroud ; The children of the forest, rudely proud, Yet struggled ..."

5. The ├ćneid of Virgil by Virgil (1910)
"Straightway he spied the ships, In hiding near the camp, defended well By mounded river-bank and fleeting wave. On these he fell; while his exultant crew ..."

6. On Translating Homer: Three Lectures Given at Oxford by Matthew Arnold (1861)
"But let me be dead, and the earth be mounded above me, Ere'I hear thy cries, and thy captivity told of. The main question, whether or no this version ..."

7. Vestiges of Civilization: Or, The Aetiology of History, Religious by James O'Connell (1851)
"In fact the rock-cut tombs of the Egyptians were already mounded, by the mountain from which they are excavated; The stage of tumulus was supplied naturally ..."

8. Tecumseh, Or, The West Thirty Years Since: A Poem by George Hooker Colton (1842)
"... The warrior tribes of Eld lie mounded o'er, Where fell they wrapped in battle's gory shroud ; The children of the forest, rudely proud, Yet struggled ..."

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