Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Furnished or loaded with acorns.
  • Fed with acorns.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Furnished or loaded with acorns.
  • adjective rare Fed or filled with acorns.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Furnished or loaded with acorns
  • adjective rare Fed or filled with acorns.

Etymologies

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acorn +‎ -ed

Examples

  • I won't bet, but I'll hope, that real soon, by way of an honest and un-acorned electoral process, they'll be sent to the corner with all the other psychotics to brood about lost power.

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  • I won't bet, but I'll hope, that real soon, by way of an honest and un-acorned electoral process, they'll be sent to the corner with all the other psychotics to brood about lost power.

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  • I won't bet, but I'll hope, that real soon, by way of an honest and un-acorned electoral process, they'll be sent to the corner with all the other psychotics to brood about lost power.

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  • I won't bet, but I'll hope, that real soon, by way of an honest and un-acorned electoral process, they'll be sent to the corner with all the other psychotics to brood about lost power.

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  • I won't bet, but I'll hope, that real soon, by way of an honest and un-acorned electoral process, they'll be sent to the corner with all the other psychotics to brood about lost power.

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  • I do not believe there is in nature such a full-acorned Boar. [

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