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Definition of "tailed" []

  • Having a tail of the specified sort (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of tail. (verb)

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  • Having the specified form of tail (adjective)
  • Having a tail. (adjective)

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Use "tailed" in a sentence
  • "The order Ophiomorpha, as has been before observed, present a general resemblance to serpents, and a special resemblance to certain short-tailed ones; though it is rather with the Amphisbenian Sauriansthat they may most advantageously be compared."
  • "Armand either got busted by his mommy, or has high-tailed from the spank’n. cei la vie"
  • "But everyone was bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, which is always a good sign."