Definition of Halved

1. a. Appearing as if one side, or one half, were cut away; dimidiate.



Definition of Halved

1. Verb. (past of halve) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Halved

1. halve [v] - See also: halve

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halved

halts
halurgist
halurgists
halurgite
halurgy
halutz
halutzim
halva
halvah
halvahs
halvans
halvarine
halvarines
halvas
halve
halved (current term)
halver
halvers
halves
halvesies
halving
halvings
halwa
halwe
halwes
halyard
halyards
halysin
halysites
halzoun

Literary usage of Halved

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1. The Phonographic Amanuensis: A Presentation of Pitman Phonography, More by Jerome Bird Howard (1919)
"A final-hook stroke may be halved to add t (see group i) or d (see group 2). ... are halved it is the hook that is shaded to add d, and not the stroke, ..."

2. Elementary Woodwork for Use in Manual Training Classes by Frank Henry Seldon (1906)
"LESSON XX halved Dovetail Stock and finished sizes for this piece are the same as for the halved cross (Lesson 19). Set the gauge and draw the gauge lines ..."

3. A Natural History of the British Lepidoptera: A Text-book for Students and by James William Tutt (1902)
"halved. Left side î, right side ?. Right î side somewhat redder in colour than ... halved. Right side î , left side f . Wings and antenna on right side ? ..."

4. Clinical Disorders of the Heart Beat: A Handbook for Practitioners and Students by Thomas Lewis (1920)
"When sudden and exact halving of pulse rate is noted and the ventricular rate is halved simultaneously, the disorder is the result ..."

5. The Human Costs of the War by Homer Folks (1920)
"... tuberculosis doubled; birthrate halved; infant mortality; unemployment; exiles in Holland, France, and England; reconstruction beginnings. ..."

6. The Human Costs of the War by Homer Folks (1920)
"... small: four waves of devastation; results of rationing; tuberculosis doubled; birthrate halved; infant mortality; unemployment; exiles in Holland. ..."

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