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  • adj. Fitted with a visor.
  • adj. Wearing a visor.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Wearing a visor; masked.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having or provided with a visor or a visor of a particular kind


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visor +‎ -ed


  • He saw them and he did not see them, as he passed his hand beneath his visored cap and scratched reflectively his mop of sandy hair.


  • Generally themed around the idea of going on safari, Julie Budet, Jean-François Perrier, and Tepr Tanguy Destable were dressed in camouflage netting and tan safari clothing with visored hats, respectively.

    Judah Joseph: MUSIC REVIEW: Yelle in Concert

  • The opening poem, "Fear and Fame," describes how he used to don a suit of armor protective hip boots, visored helmet and respirator to keep his lungs from searing at Feinberg and Breslin's First-Rate Plumbing and Plating:

    Jan Herman: Philip Levine's Factory Stiffs, Society's Throw-Aways

  • As I cut across an inattentive cabbie into lane, sneaking a place ahead of him with a dash of triumphant rubber burn, the barking of a visored, unkind Muttawa telling me to 'cover my hair' now seems impossible.

    Qanta Ahmed, MD: Trapped in the Other Gulf Oil Slick -- Saudi Women Tell Mr. President: Set Us Free!

  •   Going to the Olympic-size, outdoor pool each morning, swimming back and forth with her visored head held above the water, was my mother's saving activity.

    Euro-car at the Pool

  • He was an old man with an unremembered face, perhaps a never-seen face, a head hidden by a cloth-visored cap, and eyes concealed behind dark glasses with green, smoked lenses.

    The Palatski Man

  • He was sitting at a table with three other creatures the same size as he was: a stuffed rabbit, a boy doll with plastic hair and bendable legs and arms, and a motionless guy wearing head-to-toe pilot gear and a visored helmet covering his face.

    Gulliver’s Travels Movie Novelization

  • They wore blue jumpsuits, visored helmets, and carried shotguns loaded with buckshot.

    Full Frontal Nudity

  • A chauffeur in a visored cap got out and opened the door for her, then for him.


  • The show opened with a curious costume pageant involving large, lumbering pastel-colored Muppet-like monsters, a magically glowing sword, and a visored knight in shining armor — King Arthur meets Luke Skywalker.

    The Tour, The Money, The Magic


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