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- adj. Conform to a pattern, a model to be followed.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pattern.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having describable patterns, especially patterns of colors.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
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In other news, why am I not surprised that Vanessa has a hein patterned bedspread in her dorm room?
Taking a shotgun into the woods that you have not patterned is unethical way to hunt and a waste of time.
That character was patterned from a vinyl toy character named Dookie Poo.
We hadn't even reached the stage of using colored Kleenex in patterned boxes to match every room in the house, much less paper towels.
Collectively known as patterned ground, these surface features resemble circles, polygons, nets, steps, and stripes.
New York Mint Ltd. is the producer of a Lady Liberty collectible coin patterned after a sketch that is signed by George T. Morgan and dated 1876.
Each member of the group adopted a stage name patterned after Manson's, a female icon's name crossed with a serial killer's.
Dress code: The kind of patterned shirt that might occasion a warning to viewers were they ever worn during a TV programme.
He favours a completely new approach using techniques from nanotechnology to construct a 'patterned' recording surface made up not of irregular grains but of purpose-made magnetic cells.
Doing so requires the use of spatial cues, such as patterned posters or photos, positioned all around the water tank.