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  • adj. Covered or adorned with osiers.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Covered or adorned with osiers.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Covered or adorned with osiers.
  • Covered with woven or plaited work of osier.


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osier +‎ -ed


  • Round it are grouped the humbler osiered graves; over which, in lieu of tomb stones, are placed large black iron crosses, ornamented with brass, and bearing the simple initials of the bygone dead.

    A Love Story

  • The burning, suffocating heat of the summer "in the States," caused me to pant after the cool shade of the old Prebend's walk at Saint Canon's; and call to mind those inviting lawns and osiered eyots along the

    She and I, Volume 2 A Love Story. A Life History.

  • "A region of drought, where no river glides, Nor rippling brook with osiered sides; Where sedgy pool, nor bubbling fount, Nor tree, nor cloud, nor misty mount Appears to refresh the aching eye, But the barren earth and the burning sky, And the blank horizon round and round Spread, void of living sight or sound."

    History of the Donner Party, a Tragedy of the Sierra

  • While yet the sun was shining, there was the tremor of life in the sadness; but when the last glint of amethyst and gold died away behind Mont Violet, and the melancholy swish of the river against the osiered banks rose out of the windless dusk, all the region around Manor Cartier, with its cypresses, its firs, its beeches, and its elms, became gently triste.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker


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