Definitions

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  • adj. Planted with cedars.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Covered, or furnished with, cedars.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Covered or furnished with cedars: as, a cedared mountain-slope.

Etymologies

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cedar +‎ -ed

Examples

  • The loss/nostalgia of "we hated to be apart" brings us to consider the death of the owl as paralleled by the loss, or even death, of a lover, sibling, friend, or maybe just a return to a youthful treehouse and the remembering of a past loved one which seems to come from the cedared hills, from the world itself

    Gary Barwin on Merrill Gilfillan

  • Like Michelle, I have a lot of these little stories ribboned and cedared away in my mental attic.

    i'll have a bourbon and ginger, Jimbo

  • Samarcand to cedared Lebanon, show that Keats had not got over his boyish taste for sweet things, and reached the maturity and gravity of appetite which dictated the Miltonian description.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 101, March, 1866

  • There came a morning when Slone climbed to a cedared plateau that rose for a whole day's travel, and then split into a labyrinthine maze of cañons.

    The Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories

  • But the miles brought compensation in other valleys, other bold, black upheavals of rock, and then again bare, boundless yellow plains, and sparsely cedared ridges, and white dry washes, ghastly in the sunlight, and dazzling beds of alkali, and then a desert space where golden and blue flowers bloomed.

    The Man of the Forest

  • Here are paintings by the old masters and the new; rare furniture and marbles from Italian palaces; screens from Japan; jewels and rugs from the Orient; silk stockings, curios, china, bronzes, hats, furs; and again more curios, cabinets, statues, paintings; things rare and beautiful and exotic from every quarter of the globe, "from silken Samarcand to cedared Lebanon."

    Penguin Persons & Peppermints

  • At the foot of the hill he passed by the green and white Rectory, and there was the parson, a short fat, pursy man with wrists protruding from his jacket sleeves as he stood on tip-toe tying up a rambling rose-shoot on his trim cedared lawn.

    The Return

  • The home of Nas Ta Bega lay far up the cedared slope, with the craggy yellow cliffs and the black canyon and the pine-fringed top of Navajo

    The Rainbow Trail

  • Shefford found where it disappeared over the foot of a slope that formed a graceful rising line up to the cedared flank of the mesa.

    The Rainbow Trail

  • But descending into Snake Gulch, which was only a mile across the sparsely cedared ridge, proved to be tedious labor.

    The Last of the Plainsmen

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