Definition of Bagpiped

1. Verb. (past of bagpipe) ¹



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Definition of Bagpiped

1. bagpipe [v] - See also: bagpipe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bagpiped

baglady
baglama
baglamas
bagless
baglike
baglo
bagmaking
bagman
bagmen
bagmoth
bagmoths
bagna càuda
bagnio
bagnios
bagpipe
bagpiped (current term)
bagpipelike
bagpiper
bagpipers
bagpipes
bagpiping
bags
bags of bones
bagsed
bagses
bagsful
bagsie
bagsied
bagsing
bagsy

Literary usage of Bagpiped

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1. Descriptive Catalogue of a Cabinet of Roman Family Coins Belonging to His by William Henry Smyth (1856)
"One person alone remained master of the name in 17 2 9, and he, being master of nothing else, bagpiped his mizen, put his helm a-weather, and went right ..."

2. What I Think of South Africa: Its People and Its Politics by Stuart C. Cumberland (1896)
"They met her at the station, bagpiped her an' a' that, and escorted her in triumph to her hotel. In connection with this demonstration a very funny thing ..."

3. The Numismatic Journal by John Yonge Akerman, Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1837)
"One person only remained master of the name in 1729, and he, being master of nothing else, bagpiped his mizen, ..."

4. The Numismatic Journal by John Yonge Akerman, Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1837)
"One person only remained master of the name in 1729, and he, being master of nothing else, bagpiped his mizen, ..."

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