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Definition of "fringed" []

  • Possessing a fringe. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of to fringe. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fringed" in a sentence
  • "These cookies are often served at baptisms, first communions and other fiestas wrapped in fringed tissue paper."
  • "Lying away down there in the southern corner of the Pacific Ocean, fringed from the middle of their western boundary, all round their northern and northeastern boundary, not by Anglo-Saxons, but by the dark races which in dense numbers peer out from their swarming abodes upon them, little wonder that Australia is influenced by a feeling which we, in Canada, under different conditions, can hardly understand-a feeling of disquiet and impending menace."
  • "There were trousers of buckskin fringed down each side, a shirt of buckskin, beaded and beautified by shell ornaments, a necklace of the bones of a rare fish, strung together like little beads on deer sinew, earrings of pink and green pearl"