Definition of Diamonded

1. a. Having figures like a diamond or lozenge.

Definition of Diamonded

1. Verb. (past of diamond) ¹

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Definition of Diamonded

1. diamond [v] - See also: diamond

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diamonded

diamond paste
diamond plate
diamond point
diamond ring
diamond saw
diamond skin
diamond skin disease
diamond twill
diamond twills
diamond wedding
diamond wedding anniversary
diamondback rattlesnake
diamondback terrapin
diamonded (current term)
diamonds are a girl's best friend
diamonds in the rough

Literary usage of Diamonded

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

1. The Strathmore Quality Deckle Edge Book Papers: Strathmore Japan, Old Mittineague Paper Company by Mittineague Paper Company (1906)
"... cool thousand in France ; e-diamonded out of all reason, ' hair is done up in a cue : 3rt, sir, "the belle of the season" wasting an hour upon you. 5*. ..."

2. The Practice of Typography: A Treatise on Title-pages, with Numerous by Theodore Low De Vinne (1902)
"... printed at Paris in 1544, is another exhibit of his preference for the simplicity of the Aldine title, but this title is not diamonded. ..."

3. Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of by Sussex Archaeological Society (1858)
"The inner vaulting of these arches is highly adorned, the smaller ones ones by three, the larger arch by- eight, rows of diamonded panels of eight facets, ..."

4. Turkish Life and Character by Walter Thornbury (1860)
"turban, whom I engaged to carry my red diamonded portmanteau and my red diamonded hat-box up the dreadful hill that leads to ..."

5. The Structure of English Prose: A Manual of Composition and Rhetoric by John George Repplier McElroy (1885)
"A casement . . . diamonded with panes of quaint device Innumerable, ... 5 Thus, lamp, clouds, diamonded, stains and damasked, in the examples cited above,7 ..."

6. A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895: Selections Illustrating the Editor's by Edmund Clarence Stedman (1895)
"No ! through the latticed panes of the diamonded dormer-window Dorothy looks on a world free and familiar and fair : Looks on the fair farm-yard, ..."

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