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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tail.
- adj. having the specified form of tail
- adj. Having a tail.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a tail; having (such) a tail or (so many) tails; -- chiefly used in composition
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a tail; caudate; appendaged; urodele; macrurous: as, the tailed batrachians; the tailed wings of a butterfly.
- In botany, provided with a slender or tail-like appendage of any kind: as, tailed anthers.
- Formed like or into a tail; shaped as a tail: as, tailed appendages; a rat-tailed file.
- In heraldry, having a tail, as a beast or bird used as a bearing: used only when the tail is of a different tincture from the rest: as, a lion sable, tailed gules. Also queued. [Rare.]
- Subject, to tail; entailed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a tail of a specified kind; often used in combination
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The order Ophiomorpha, as has been before observed, present a general resemblance to serpents, and a special resemblance to certain short-tailed ones; though it is rather with the Amphisbenian Sauriansthat they may most advantageously be compared.
Armand either got busted by his mommy, or has high-tailed from the spank’n. cei la vie
But everyone was bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, which is always a good sign.
I will tell you that it dragged in the middle and, for me, really kind of tailed off at the end.
The poem, in Italian, is an extended or "tailed" sonnet, with a coda of six lines appended to the standard 14.
The piece of gray matter that lies highest in the cerebral interior is the caudate nucleus ( "tailed" L, because of its shape).
McGuffey "tailed" on to the rope and with raucous cries hauled away.
Peninsula and the Philippines, and our explorers have failed to obtain any specimens of the "tailed" people in whose existence many of the
This did not limit itself to a distich or alternate rhyme called "tailed" or "interlaced," but included the
We have consistently 'tailed' behind the endless reformism offered by the ruling class.