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  • adj. Having studs.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. dotted or adorned with or as with studs or nailheads; usually used in combination

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Examples

  • He was doing an interview from his home when the camera caught a shirtless man padding by in studded chest straps and black underpants.

    If Only the Entire Sports World Were as Wacky

  • About ten, however, the mist was lifted away like a curtain, and we saw to the left a rich plain studded with palm-groves; to the right a broad margin of cultivated lands bounded by a bold range of limestone mountains; and on the farthest horizon another range, all grey and shadowy.

    A Thousand Miles Up the Nile

  • Meanwhile, nearly a calm tries the patience and wastes time; yet is the moonlit sea like a vast plain studded with glow-worms; and the noonday sea like lapis lazuli, flecked with silver.

    Extracts from a Lady's Log-Book,

  • In London, he was feasted by the City, drawn by the populace from Ludgate-hill to Guildhall, and received the thanks of the common-council for his great victory, and a golden-hilted sword studded with diamonds.

    The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson

  • Guildhall, and received the thanks of the common-council for his great victory, and a golden-hilted sword studded with diamonds.

    The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson

  • "studded" school-room where Dame Prentiss, dead and gone, ruled over young children, many of whom are old ghosts now, and have known Abraham for twenty or thirty years of our mortal time.

    Autocrat of the Breakfast Table

  • And behind, all down the island-studded Alaskan coast, even to the Horn, were yet ten thousand more, harnessers of wind and steam, hasteners from the ends of the earth.

    CHAPTER I

  • So weazened and tiny was he, and so large was the brass-studded wheel, that they seemed of a height.

    CHAPTER VIII

  • Forrest entered a section of the Big House by way of a massive, hewn-timber, iron-studded door that let in at the foot of what seemed a donjon keep.

    CHAPTER III

  • TBS also presents major live events, including star-studded comedy festivals in Chicago and Las Vegas.

    Conan O’Brien Goes to TBS | /Film

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  • Also, simple past of the verb 'to stud'. 'They studded the belts in time for the parade.'

    October 20, 2011