from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ray.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having rays or ray-like processes, as a flower-head or an animal; specifically, in zoology, radiate.
- Having rays (of this or that kind): as, a many- rayed fin; a soft- rayed fish.
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The open chicory flower and the pollen grain are both polygonal and rayed from the centre.
She slept with her head on his pillow and her hair spread out, 'rayed' out, was how he put it, 'like the sun in splendour'.
At the broad landing at the top the altar was about waist-high, and now for the first time they made out that at the back there was a big sitting figure, whose breast seemed to be covered with a kind of rayed shield; but everything was indistinct in the flickering light, and the figure was absolutely clothed in dust.
“The restorative experts noticed the crystalline point of its top and immediately sent it out to be x-rayed and ultrasound imaged.” to
The restorative experts noticed the crystalline point of its top and immediately sent it out to be x-rayed and ultrasound imaged.
If you don't believe this I encourage you to take your next deer to a veterinarian and have it x-rayed.
And whoever wishes to become famous and popular has no other way to achieve it but to offer him/herself to the media's spotlight to be stripped naked, scrutinized, and x-rayed from head to toes, inside - out, from birth to present and be exposed of all vices and virtues, ignorance and talents.
Assange was certain "we wouldn't be safe walking down the street, that our mail and suitcases were being X-rayed, that we had to go underground ... and needed bulletproof vests," the book says.
They all should be taken to a hospital and have their heads x-rayed to see what is really inside there.
Still, we took him to the hospital and got him x-rayed to make sure everything was hunky dory.