Definition of Plumaged

1. Adjective. Having or covered in plumage; often used as a combining form. "Brilliantly plumaged parrots"

Similar to: Feathered



Definition of Plumaged

1. Adjective. Having plumage ¹

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Definition of Plumaged

1. plumage [adj] - See also: plumage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plumaged

plum-yew family
plum blossom
plum brandy
plum pox virus
plum pudding
plum sauce
plum tom
plum tomato
plum tomatoes
plum toms
plum tree
plum trees
plum wine
pluma
plumage
plumaged (current term)
plumages
plumate
plumb
plumb-
plumb-bob
plumb bob
plumb bobs
plumb crazy
plumb level
plumb line
plumb lines
plumb rule

Literary usage of Plumaged

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1. Love and the Soul Maker by Mary Hunter Austin (1914)
"IT was after this session under the full- plumaged trees that we ceased to talk of the personal aspects of ..."

2. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1890)
"... is »aid to lie the most gorgeously- plumaged of all known birds ; the female is more sombre in dress. ..."

3. A search for fortune, autobiography by Hamilton Lindsay- Bucknall (1878)
"... deemed impracticable—Beautifully plumaged birds—Butterflies—Beetles—Feather-flowers—A matter for the consideration of Lady Burdett Coutts—The return to ..."

4. Women of the South Distinguished in Literature by Mary Forrest (1866)
"... plumaged," and if there were, ''a bird of plumaged wing" would mean only a bird whose wings wore feathered, and as all birds are winged and their wings ..."

5. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1876)
"Fine plumaged males taken in late September and young are passing until October 26. ... I saw and heard a full plumaged male in song on the campus, May 14, ..."

6. Women of the South Distinguished in Literature by Julia Deane Freeman (1866)
"There is no such participle in the language as "plumaged," and if there were, "a bird of plumaged wing" would mean only a bird whose wings were feathered, ..."

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