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Definition of "tufted" [tuft•ed]

  • Having tufts. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of tuft. (verb)

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Use "tufted" in a sentence
  • "Wholesalers were treated to a circular room swathed in tufted pink satin."
  • "To abandon the pink-and-white bloom that slept all night without crying in the cove of her arm, to the grayness of a nursery that should have been pink and white and sweetly fragrant with powders and puffs and the rosy kind of tufted coverlets with scent between them that her mother had once sewn over with bowknots for the Kemble baby."
  • "The latter we were far too poor to own; the 'tufted' ones had worn out; and I loathed the cheap"
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