Definition of Rippled

1. Adjective. Uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves.

Exact synonyms: Crinkled, Crinkly, Wavelike, Wavy
Similar to: Uneven
Derivative terms: Crinkle, Waviness



2. Adjective. Shaken into waves or undulations as by wind. "With ruffled flags flying"
Exact synonyms: Ruffled
Similar to: Agitated

Definition of Rippled

1. Verb. (past of ripple) ¹

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Definition of Rippled

1. ripple [v] - See also: ripple

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rippled

rippable
ripped
ripper
rippers
rippier
rippiers
ripping
ripping bar
ripping chisel
rippingly
ripple
ripple effect
ripple mark
ripple voltage
rippled (current term)
rippler
ripplers
ripples
ripplet
ripplets
ripplier
rippliest
rippling
ripplingly
ripplings
ripplon
ripplons
ripply
ripps

Literary usage of Rippled

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1. Collected Papers in Physics and Engineering by James Thomson (1912)
"SEEN ON A rippled SEA. [From the Philosophical Magazine, Fourth Series, Vol. xxiv. (1862), pp. 247, 248. Read before the Belfast Natural History and ..."

2. The Complete Works by John Ruskin (1894)
"Effect of rippled water on horizo nta 1 and inclined images. Sixth: rippled water, of which we can see the farther side of the waves, will reflect a ..."

3. Elementary Physical Geography by William Morris Davis (1902)
"Their surface may be delicately rippled, as in Plate XIII. In a region of relatively steady winds the sand is blown up the windward slope and carried over ..."

4. Life and Letters of Edwin Lawrence Godkin by Edwin Lawrence Godkin (1907)
"... and fondly imagining that because the water rippled noiselessly against their base, there was no fierceness in the winds and no might in the billows! ..."

5. Modern Painters by John Ruskin (1906)
"VI rippled water, of which we can see the farther side of the waves, will reflect a perpendicular line ┬žI3 Effectof clearly, a bit of its length being given ..."

6. Marching on Tanga: (with General Smuts in East Africa) by Francis Brett Young (1917)
"... with driven sand between; but from this we passed to a kind of open slade where tall grasses bent and rippled in the wind like a mowing meadow at home. ..."

7. The Village: Russian Impressions by Ernest Poole (1918)
"While they talked, I sat in the bow of the boat. It was a beautiful sunset. The river rippled quietly. The noise of the band had died away. ..."

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