Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chord.
  • adjective computing (of a computer keyboard) Through which input is supplied by pressing a relatively small number of keys in combinations, as though playing chords.

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Examples

  • If you set that up as a chorded input device, you wouldn't need a keyboard at all.

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  • DRS is Danzig's first new record in forever, and it's a thick, meaty, hammer-chorded motherf--er, surprisingly catchy, endlessly blastable.

    Mark Morford: The Top 10 Most Awesome Albums of 2010

  • DRS is Danzig's first new record in forever, and it's a thick, meaty, hammer-chorded motherf--er, surprisingly catchy, endlessly blastable.

    Mark Morford: The Top 10 Most Awesome Albums of 2010

  • And the snarl of my anger was blended with the snarls of beasts more ancient than the mountains, and the vocal madness of my child hysteria, with all the red of its wrath, was chorded with the insensate, stupid cries of beasts pre-Adamic and pregeologic in time.

    Chapter 1

  • When she chorded the guitar, the whiteness of her palm curved around the neck, and she depressed a bass string just before striking it, then released it, creating a sliding note that resonated inside the sound hole.

    Rain Gods

  • When she chorded the guitar, the whiteness of her palm curved around the neck, and she depressed a bass string just before striking it, then released it, creating a sliding note that resonated inside the sound hole.

    Rain Gods

  • When she chorded the guitar, the whiteness of her palm curved around the neck, and she depressed a bass string just before striking it, then released it, creating a sliding note that resonated inside the sound hole.

    Rain Gods

  • His fingers are still as flexible as ever, generating chorded solos at the octave, and singing at the same time.

    A Painter meets an Actor on Great Highlife Party Stage

  • His fingers are still as flexible as ever, generating chorded solos at the octave, and singing at the same time.

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  • There was a small organ in the room and I decided it would be better if there was some music, so my then-wife grabbed her "Greatest Hits of the Phantom of the Opera" and I chorded out and warbled "All I Ask Of You" with her.

    ding dong th' bells

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