Coated with silver, made reflective or shiny by application of metal. (adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of silver. (verb)
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Use "silvered" in a sentence
"In all their games Mistress Marian was the little lord's comrade, and wore a helmet o 'silvered wood, and carried a wooden sword silvered to match her head-gear, and the little lord was likewise apparelled."
"Unconsciously I let my hips sway to it, even as my fingers touched the silvered panel beneath the lock."
"The group included Admiral Dirkson Reed, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a compact man with silvered hair and piercing forest green eyes, who had earned his reputation for courage under fire as commander of the nuclear sub the USS Reagan—a reputation he had burnished many times over in combat and in the halls of power."