Definition of Capped

1. Adjective. Used especially of front teeth having (artificial) crowns. "Capped teeth gave her a beautiful smile"

Similar to: Crowned



2. Adjective. Covered as if with a cap or crown especially of a specified kind. "Snow-capped peaks"
Similar to: Crowned

Definition of Capped

1. Verb. (past of cap) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Capped

1. cap [v] - See also: cap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Capped

capotasto
capotastos
capote
capotes
capots
capotted
capotting
capouch
capouches
cappa
cappabar
cappabars
cappable
cappadine
cappae
capped (current term)
capped 5'-end
capped elbow
capped hock
capped knee
capped macaque
capped off
capped uterus
cappeline
cappelines
cappelletti
capper
capperbar
capperbars
cappers

Literary usage of Capped

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1899)
"The bird is the Black-capped Petrel, and was the third specimen of its kind brought by the same gale to the Ohio River between Ohio and Kentucky. ..."

2. The Diseases of Animals: A Book of Brief and Popular Advice on the Care and by Nelson Slater Mayo (1913)
"The difficulty in using caustics is to confine their action to the diseased tissue. t Shoe-boil—capped Elbow A disease that partakes of the .nature both of ..."

3. A History of British Birds by William Yarrell, Alfred Newton, Howard Saunders (1884)
"THE capped PETREL represented above was observed in March or April, 1850, by a boy on a heath at ..."

4. The Law of Horses: Including the Law of Innkeepers, Veterinary Surgeons, Etc by George Henry Hewitt Oliphant, Clement Elphinstone Lloyd, Great Britain (1882)
"capped hocks may be produced by lying on an unevenly- capped hocks, paved stable, with a scanty supply of litter, or by kicking («•), in neither of which ..."

5. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America by Seismological Society of America (1911)
"... its snow capped summits where the perennial Rio Mendoza from the high mountains debouch upon the gently sloping plains that extend thence to Buenos ..."

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