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- adj. Having a specified number of members.
- adj. Having limbs.
- adj. Having legs of a different tincture from that of the body.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having limbs; -- chiefly used in composition.
- adj. Having legs of a different tincture from that of the body; -- said of a bird in heraldic representations.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having members; especially, having limbs: used chiefly in composition, as big-membered; in heraldry (also membré), used when the limbs are of a different tincture from the body.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having members; normally used in chemistry in combination with a number
This is the spirit which has enabled the Chinese people to carry on the war so long and which should be re-estimate of China's position in membered in making an this struggle.
'Cause all at once, when 't was too late, I 'membered 'bout that dream.
She "'membered" all about Hilltop just as well as could be, but she didn't _'xactly_ know where it was!
O, by teh weigh, I membered were I losted yur keycars all dose monfs ago!
I *fotso* I membered sumfin….but I wuz a liddle *chilled man* wen I wotched Cheech and Chong as a teenayger
Don't remember anyone crying censorship in those very public multi-membered panoplies of costume and conceptual art.
He was closing the last of the expensive calfskin bags when he re - membered the shuriken.
He suddenly re\expndtw-1 membered a name he had heard when one of his investiga\expndtw9 tions had taken him to London and he had overheard \expndtw4 some detectives in Scotland Yard gossiping.
She had, she re\expndtw-1 membered, considered the whole business at the beginning \expndtw0 quite mad.
His heart pounded furiously until he re - membered where he was.