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