verb (used with object), badged, badg·ing.
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Origin of badge
OTHER WORDS FROM badgebadgeless, adjectiveun·badged, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for badge
But—well, they do not treat us here as badged machines, but human brothers.
His boss suggested he should, but Tam apparently held other views, went into a shipyard and was "badged and reserved."Tam O' The Scoots|Edgar Wallace
A grunting camel swung up to the porch, his badged and belted rider fumbling a leather pouch.The Day's Work, Volume 1|Rudyard Kipling
What a brave little chap he looked in his badged cap and brass-buttoned uniform!
He longed for the day when he could don the brass-buttoned blue suit and wear the badged cap of an apprentice seaman.