Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Furnished with statues; having the form of a statue; consisting of a statue or of statues.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Adorned with statues.

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  • adjective Adorned with statues.

Etymologies

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statue +‎ -ed

Examples

  • "From extensive research on this topic, we are pretty sure that the youngest player to be statued while still alive is Johan Cruyff, who was unveiled outside the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam in 1974, when he was 27," says Ffion.

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  • A swelling crowd of aficionados, fifty thousand in all, snaked toward the bull-statued gates to the Plaza Mexico.

    Carlos The Impossible (Part 1)

  • They're browsing the wet grass the snow has left and, statued, stare at me in deep silence and I see whatever light there is gather to glossy pools in their eight mild, barely curious but wary eyes.

    What Light There Is

  • They're browsing the wet grass the snow has left and, statued, stare at me in deep silence and I see whatever light there is gather to glossy pools in their eight mild, barely curious but wary eyes.

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  • Those of his soldiers who looked behind them saw the lesser ridge at its distance appear to grow, layered with the ghost image of a high, terraced precipice, with statued spires rising from its base.

    Oberheim (Voices)

  • Already the central basin was nearly filled, and pushing back toward the statued spires of the west wall.

    Oberheim (Voices)

  • There is a fine square here called Madison, in the centre of which trees rise from fountain-watered grass, and statued figures of people who were men in their day and did things, palatial buildings, dignifying commerce, form the square.

    Impressions of a War Correspondent

  • After leaving the Piazza, we get a glimpse of Hadrian's Mole, and of the rusty Tiber, as it hurries, "_retortis littore Etrusco violenter undis_" as of old, under the statued bridge of St. Angelo, -- and then we plunge into long, damp, narrow, dirty streets.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 18, April, 1859

  • They looked like forms of statued stone with burning human eyes!

    War Poetry of the South

  • She knelt, immovable as the statued Christ which hung almost over our heads.

    The Love Story of Abner Stone

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