Definition of Tattooed

1. Adjective. Having been tattooed with one or more tattoos. ¹



2. Verb. (past of tattoo) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tattooed

1. tattoo [v] - See also: tattoo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tattooed

tattletale gray
tattletale grey
tattletales
tattletaling
tattling
tattling(a)
tattlings
tattoed
tattoo
tattoo artist
tattoo artists
tattoo gun
tattoo guns
tattoo machine
tattoo machines
tattooed (current term)
tattooee
tattooees
tattooer
tattooers
tattooing
tattooings
tattooist
tattooists
tattooless
tattoolike
tattoos
tattow
tattowed
tattowing

Literary usage of Tattooed

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

1. Societies of the Plains Indians by Clark Wissler (1916)
"tattooed WOMEN'S DANCE. The tattooed women of the tribe had a society of their ... The tattooed women were privileged to wear certain distinctive clothes, ..."

2. The Ruined Cities of Mashonaland: Being a Record of Excavation and by James Theodore Bent (1892)
"The women here had a distinct tattooed WOMEN FROM ... Some of the men, too, have the same device tattooed on them on their chests and backs. ..."

3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1895)
"The ; tattooed HANDS. J women of Oshima give free rein to individual fancy. Those of Miyako- jima likewise have a great variety of patterns, and continue ..."

4. Philippine Folk Tales by Cook Cole, Mabel Cook Cole (1916)
"THE tattooed MEN1 Igorot there were two young men, very good friends, who were unhappy because neither of them had been tattooed.2 They felt that they were ..."

5. Philippine Folk Tales by Cook Cole, Mabel Cook Cole (1916)
"o THE tattooed MEN1 Igorot NCE there were two young men, very good friends, who were unhappy because neither of them had been tattooed.2 They felt that they ..."

6. Philippine Folk Tales by Cook Cole, Mabel Cook Cole (1916)
"o THE tattooed MEN1 Igorot NCE there were two young men, very good friends, who were unhappy because neither of them had been tattooed.2 They felt that they ..."

7. The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"tattooed Female Limestone Slag. Earliest Egyptian Art ; , 2. Heads on Ivory Tusks. 3. ~1 N 4. Animals on Bone Combs. 5. 6. Ivory Hawk. 7. Limestone Lion. 8. ..."

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