Definitions

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  • adj. Marked with an emblem.

Etymologies

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emblem +‎ -ed

Examples

  • Jut-jawed, stocky, Captain Otto Begus of the Death's-Head emblemed S.S. was ready.

    England Under Hitler

  • I spoke to the man who had already been appointed chief in Britain of the evil Death's-Head emblemed S.S., and unearthed the wicked orders given him to enforce among the British civilian population.

    England Under Hitler

  • I have talked with him, fully probed his evil past, and found the detailed plans for his reign as the Master of the Death's-Head emblemed, black-uniformed killers who were to have moved into Britain with the all-conquering German Army.

    England Under Hitler

  • Our states emblemed in the lights of the valleys and the mountain ridge as the much talked of "impassable barrier."

    Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals As Seen From the Ranks During a Campaign in the Army of the Potomac

  • Onward they marched, those wearers of the cross, the square, the circle, the crescent, the star, the lozenge, and the tripod; emblemed representatives of the interests of a common humanity in the triumphal march that the world is witness to, of the progress of Universal

    Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals As Seen From the Ranks During a Campaign in the Army of the Potomac

  • Not what stands above ground, but what lies unseen under it, as the root and subterrene element it sprang from and emblemed forth, determines the value.

    Paras. 1-24

  • Witchcraft has been put a stop to by Act of Parliament; but the mysterious relations which it emblemed still continue.

    General.

  • No more desperate resistance was ever opposed to the eagle-emblemed mistress of the ancient world.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 03

  • His spiteful eyes grinned at the white fluid malignly, as if whatever it emblemed of purity, of simplicity, exasperated him.

    The Proud Prince

  • Carlyle, like Hunt, discovered _intensity_ to be the prevailing character of Dante's genius, emblemed by the pinnacle of the city of Dis; that "red-hot cone of iron glowing through the dim immensity of gloom."

    A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century

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