Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having leaves: used frequently in composition: as, broad- leafed; thin-leafed, etc.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of leaf.
- adj. Having a leaf or leaves; used mainly in combination with another word to form adjectives describing the number, form, colour, etc., of leaves.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having (such) a leaf or (so many) leaves; -- used in composition
- adj. having leaves or leaves as specified; often used in combination
“Tod – Turned wood with a segment of its grain leafed in pure 24-karat gold:”
“Of the olive-tree two varieties are particularly distinguished: the long-leafed, which is cultivated in the south of France and in Italy; and the broad-leafed in Spain, which has its fruit much longer than that of the former kind.”
“When I leafed through this book, I actually thought it was a lot older than it is.”
“The Vancouver Winter Games are history now except for that montage — — star-spangled, or maybe maple-leafed, depending on your Olympic fealty.”
“An old-timer walked by, picked one up, leafed through its pages and said:”
“Disheartened, she took home her plastic drinking cup and the small-leafed plant that adorned her desk.”
“I picked up a magazine and leafed through the pages.”
“She picked up a copy of InStyle and leafed through it.”
“But it looked delectable in the pages of the magazines I leafed through, which invariably featured recipes and pointers for the "perfect" holiday table.”
“A few months ago I saw one of her recent books on a table & leafed through it.”
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