Definition of Leaded

1. Adjective. (of panes of glass) fixed in place by means of thin strips of lead. "Leaded windowpanes"

Similar to: Fixed

2. Adjective. Treated or mixed with lead. "Leaded zinc"
Similar to: Antiknock, Antiknocking
Antonyms: Unleaded

3. Adjective. Having thin strips of lead between the lines of type.
Category relationships: Printing, Printing Process
Similar to: Spaced

Definition of Leaded

1. a. Fitted with lead; set in lead; as, leaded windows.

Definition of Leaded

1. Adjective. Held on place by strips of lead. ¹

2. Adjective. Containing or treated with the element lead. ¹

3. Adjective. Containing tetraethyllead ¹

4. Verb. (past of lead) ¹

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Definition of Leaded

1. lead [v] - See also: lead

Lexicographical Neighbors of Leaded

lead sulfate
lead sulfide
lead sulphate
lead tetraethyl
lead tetroxide
lead the line
lead time
lead times
lead tree
lead up
lead up the garden path
lead vocalist
lead vocals
leaded (current term)
leaded bronze
leaded gasoline
leaded type
leader board
leader boards
leader of the free world

Literary usage of Leaded

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

1. Environment in the Transition to a Market Economy: Progress in Central and by Anthony Zamparutti, Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (1999)
"Pan-European strategy to phase out leaded gasoline At the Third "Environment for Europe" Conference in Sofia, Bulgaria, in October l995, ministers supported ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1879)
"The wood-cuts, one hundred and nine in number, are coarse, but sufficiently clear, the paper is very fair, but the print is not sufficiently leaded to m;:ke ..."

3. Proceedings by Natural Gas Association of America, Modern Language Association of America (1917)
"Size of box 18" square, wheel 16" diameter, wheel having eleven compartments. Wrinkle No. 43. STOPPING LEAKS ON A leaded SLEEVE JOINT. ..."

4. American Dictionary of Printing and Bookmaking: Containing a History of by Wesley Washington Pasko (1894)
"leaded matter requires more liberal spacing than solid matter. In single-leaded matter the lines are nearly always spaced out, while on solid matter much is ..."

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