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Definition of "visored" []

  • A pointed end, edge, or projection (noun)
  • The pointed summit of a mountain (noun)
  • A mountain with a pointed summit (noun)
  • The point of greatest development, strength, etc (noun)
  • A sharp increase in a physical quantity followed by a sharp decrease (noun)
  • The maximum value of this quantity (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • A projecting piece on the front of some caps (noun)
  • The pointed end of a beard (noun)
  • The extreme forward (forepeak) or aft (afterpeak) part of the hull (noun)
  • (of a fore-and-aft quadrilateral sail) the after uppermost corner (noun)
  • The after end of a gaff (noun)
  • To set (a gaff) or tilt (oars) vertically (verb)
  • To form or reach or cause to form or reach a peak or maximum (verb)
  • Of or relating to a period of highest use or demand, as for watching television, commuting, etc (adjective)
  • Fitted with a visor. (adjective)

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  • Wearing a visor. (adjective)

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Use "visored" in a sentence
  • "He saw them and he did not see them, as he passed his hand beneath his visored cap and scratched reflectively his mop of sandy hair."
  • "Generally themed around the idea of going on safari, Julie Budet, Jean-François Perrier, and Tepr Tanguy Destable were dressed in camouflage netting and tan safari clothing with visored hats, respectively."
  • "The opening poem, "Fear and Fame," describes how he used to don a suit of armor protective hip boots, visored helmet and respirator to keep his lungs from searing at Feinberg and Breslin's First-Rate Plumbing and Plating:"