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- adj. Having or with petals.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having petals; ; -- opposed to
apetalous, and much used in compounds
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having petals: generally used in composition: as, many-petaled; six-petaled.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of flowers) having petals
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The copper jacket "petaled" and folded back at the canellure.
Kristi, loved today's sweet story and equally lovely photo of this fairy tale, rose-petaled village.
Its chateau, overlooking the vine-flanked valley, and its perched, rose-petaled village, were once the residence and the stomping grounds of Madame de Sévigné, who wrote prolifically to her fille.
The Emperor's palace was a tiered tower of scaffolding covered with tubing and construction materials, and the costumes looked deliberately bizarre: the Drummer (Jamie Van Eyck) had a tiny drum with enormous drumsticks; the magenta-haired Soldier Girl (Kathryn Skemp), who falls in love with the Soldier (Julius Ahn) after the two meet on the battlefield and are unable to kill each other, sported a petaled camouflage dirndl held up by crossed bandoliers.
Their paper garden grew and spread until soft pink roses, lavender lilies and yellow five-petaled daisies drifted off the edges of the desk, falling softly to the floor.
He sends her a chestnut-sized, handpainted black and pink-petaled vibrator with 12 speeds and two gyrations.
Summer solstice, dragonflies flare, the un-petaled rose.
Bodies littered the ground, the ground itself torn into terrible petaled craters, black soot and earth still raining down where rain itself would soon fall.
The stern was petaled open like a duranium flower, still giving off waves of heat and occasional gouts of energy that flared toward the ceiling.
She is so multi-petaled — hennce the English rose look.