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Definition of "brocaded" [bro•cad•ed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of brocade. (verb)
  • Embellished with brocade (adjective)

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Use "brocaded" in a sentence
  • "I saw the doors open, and furnished myself, as I though verily without being perceived, with two pieces of flowered silks, such as they call brocaded silk, very rich."
  • "In the deep archway were guards, dressed in brocaded and puffed suits, their long-handled spears beside them – who sat and threw dice."
  • "It was but three days after this, that not at all made cautious by my former danger, as I used to be, and still pursuing the art which I had so long been employed in, I ventured into a house where I saw the doors open, and furnished myself, as I though verily without being perceived, with two pieces of flowered silks, such as they call brocaded silk, very rich."