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statued

[stach-ood] /ˈstætʃ ud/
adjective
1.
having or ornamented with statues:
a statued avenue.
Origin of statued
1800-1810
First recorded in 1800-10; statue + -ed3
Related forms
unstatued, adjective
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Examples from the Web for statued
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  • "I' nisto' niwon (You were humming)," spoke the statued brave, but she did not understand.

    The Way of an Indian Frederic Remington
  • When a man is statued in bronze, does he always turn out a mulatto?

    Phemie Frost's Experiences Ann S. Stephens
  • Anyhow, he loved this place and its seven lamps and its shrines and statued saints.

    The Lee Shore

    Rose Macaulay
  • The men in both gangs looked on from their places about the cranes and up on the beams in statued expectation.

    The Walking Delegate Leroy Scott
  • All this while mademoiselle, on the floor at my feet, had neither stirred nor whispered, as rigid as the statued Virgin herself.

    Helmet of Navarre Bertha Runkle
  • At a smile with love aglow, At a frown a statued woe, Standing pinnacled in pain Till a kiss sets free!

    Songs from Vagabondia Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey
British Dictionary definitions for statued

statued

/ˈstætjuːd/
adjective
1.
decorated with or portrayed in a statue or statues
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