Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Formed by or like a rainbow.
- Encircled with a rainbow or halo.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rainbow.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Formed with or like a rainbow.
“While I respect a great deal of what Atheist Educator has to say, he / she has managed to be roped into the classic endless debate that only ends when someone realizes how stupid it has become. 'rainbowed' is a historical nuisance of a topic derailer under a different name.”
“I got past the barn door -- basically, I thrashed like a thrashy thing until I was past it -- and then was so pumped that I just rainbowed up to the top, because my forearms would no longer hold my weight.”
“Monday, I want to do some work in the corner and on the crack (there are three routes there that I haven't done honestly, though I've rainbowed them), and work on three unrated routes that I think are probably 5. 8s.”
“Adroitly, I avoided putting my feet on any rainbowed design the sun made through the stained-glass windows in the doors.”
“Light bounced and rainbowed off the mirrors lining the zigzagging walls until Jenny saw colored streaks even with her eyes closed.”
“Okay, I also rainbowed a bit on #6, but it has a big mantle move and I was le tired by then.”
“I smiled feebly to allay Tobias's kind concern and explained I'd travelled all night on the train, which seemed to him reason enough for faintness in the afternoon, even without the rainbowed eye.”
“He had been somewhat less than half conscious when firemen cut him out of the wreck with acetylene torches, his face swollen and rainbowed, coated in abrasions, bloody lips and cheeks flecked with tiny shards of glass.”
“Classic lines, can't go wrong with that, with a base of probably of cream or white canvas and then an overlay of rainbowed silk.”
“At least one commenter has observed that Cadel Evans looks a bit like Gallagher, so at first I thought maybe it was the newly-rainbowed World Champion:”
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