Definition of Plumed

1. Adjective. Having or covered with or abounding in plumes. "White-plumed egrets"

Exact synonyms: Plumy
Similar to: Feathered



2. Adjective. Having an ornamental plume or feathery tuft.
Exact synonyms: Plumate, Plumose
Category relationships: Biological Science, Biology
Similar to: Feathered

3. Adjective. (of a knight's helmet) having a decorative plume.
Exact synonyms: Crested
Similar to: Adorned, Decorated

Definition of Plumed

1. Adjective. Having or decorated with a plume or plumes. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Plumed

1. plume [v] - See also: plume

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plumed

plumbum
plumbums
plumbylene
plumbylenes
plumbylidene
plumbylidenes
plumcot
plumcot tree
plumcots
plume moth
plume poppy
plume thistle
plumed (current term)
plumed scorpionfish
plumed thistle
plumed thistles
plumed tussock
plumeless
plumelet
plumelets
plumelike
plumeria
plumerias
plumeries
plumery
plumes
plumicorn

Literary usage of Plumed

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1. English Verse by Richard Henry Stoddard (1890)
"Thou gay-plumed bird ! thou canst no longer sing : Thou art imprison'd ... Were Ia gay-plumed bird, I would not go Sporting with such delusive treacheries. ..."

2. Poetry of the Magyars: Preceded by a Sketch of the Language and Literature by John Bowring (1830)
"Thou art imprisoned by ibe fowler's spring; Were I a gay-plumed bird, ... Thou gay-plumed bird, though liberty is gone, Yet kindness waits thy every want ..."

3. Poetry of the Magyars: Preceded by a Sketch of the Language and Literature by John Bowring (1830)
"Thou art imprisoned by the fowler's spring ; Were I a gay-plumed bird, ... Thou gay-plumed bird, though liberty is gone, Yet kindness waits thy every want ..."

4. Poetry of the Magyars: Preceded by a Sketch of the Language and Literature by John Bowring (1830)
"Thou art imprisoned by the fowler's spring; Were Ia gay-plumed bird, ... Thou gay-plumed bird, though liberty is gone, Yet kindness waits thy every want ..."

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