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- adj. Having or wearing a helmet, or looking like wearing a helmet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wearing a helmet; furnished with or having a helmet or helmet-shaped part; galeate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Furnished with or wearing a helmet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. equipped with or wearing a helmet
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An arrest report for the helmeted bandit, who ran out of the Bellagio hotel-casino with $1.5 million in chips during a gunpoint heist Dec. 14, said Anthony M. Carleo lost about $105,000 at the resort over the next month – including $73,000 on New Year's Eve.
He was limp when she touched him, his helmeted head lolling to the side.
Getty Images New Zealand's Sonny Bill Williams (rugby) There's soccer, Australian rules football, Gaelic football and football football (the helmeted variety played in North America).
But this had little effect on severe intracranial injuries, which affected 3% of helmeted snowboarders and 2% of those without helmets.
The robot, which consists of a torso, a helmeted head, two arms and fully functional fingers was developed for NASA by General Motors to do routine tasks that will free the humans on board to concentrate on more complex work.
New York Times reporter Homer Bigart depicted Maddox “sitting in his office under heavy guard,” and Time magazine described “helmeted, machine-gun-armed cops of Governor Lester Maddox at the Georgia Statehouse.”
She turns her helmeted head to the side, one foot posed jauntily on a pedal, one tipy-toed on the ground to keep her balance, perfectly and beautifully all by herself.
Her helmeted head keeps looking down at her feet and I want her looking up, straight ahead.
Nervous Americans were looking for a champion to restore their security and honor -- a figure Wolfe later likened to the single-combat warriors of antiquity -- and that is just what they saw on Life's cover: a helmeted gladiator with a freckled American face.
The book begins by offering a few words of encouragement about one's drawing abilities, and then introduces us to a helmeted knight who wishes to save a princess from a deadly dragon, but doesn't know how to go about doing so.