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bladed

[bley-did]
adjective
  1. having a blade or blades (often used in combination): a single-bladed leaf.
  2. Crystallography. of or relating to a thin, flat form suggestive of knife blades: bladed arsenopyrite.
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Origin of bladed

First recorded in 1570–80; blade + -ed3
Related formsmul·ti·blad·ed, adjective
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Historical Examples of bladed

  • The bladed cylinder is likewise mounted on four ball-bearings.

    Leather

    K. J. Adcock

  • Dropping their bladed sticks, they again betook them to their bows.

  • A two bladed propellor drove the craft at a six or seven knot rate.

  • There was an army of a thousand spears, bladed with iron from certain small hills in the north between Vestoia and Spearman City.

    West Of The Sun

    Edgar Pangborn

  • This figure shows a propeller with four blades, but two and three bladed ones, particularly for small craft, are mostly used.