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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of halo.
- adj. encircled with a halo
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Surrounded with a halo; invested with an ideal glory; glorified.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Angry and anguished throughout much of the film, by the end he has slipped into a kind of haloed masochism.
On certain coins, such as this Kennedy half dollar, the bust may become attractively "haloed" by radiating Luder lines.
She wore the same golden glow as the rest of the room, her black hair haloed, her skin pearlescent.
The reality is that while many tasty foods are easily demonized and made politically incorrect, and while many not-so-tasty foods are haloed and made politically correct, precisely what foods and how much of them individuals can healthfully consume is far more complex than the government is willing to admit.
The camera caught Springsteen haloed by a spotlight and apparently on fire – steam was rising from his back and head.
His forehead, haloed by golden ringlets, is high and far more bleached than Eleonora's.
An explosion of droplets haloed them as she leapt into the air, wings snapping open.
They brayed and snorted high above him, haloed in exaltation of dominance by the cell light glare.
The acrylic gel (or the brush) had some blue in it, probably from the blue linoblock ink on the haloed blue reader card.
God left the earth the day the blue Ford pickup ran a red light, crushing Amy's bones, white as coral, into sand, the starburst of an alto, a haloed tombstone.
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