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calicoed

[ kal-i-kohd ]
/ ˈkæl ɪˌkoʊd /
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adjective
dressed in calico.
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Origin of calicoed

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How to use calicoed in a sentence

  • Miz' Merz, damply calicoed, rose from a corner and came forward, wiping a moist and parboiled hand on her skirt.

    Half Portions|Edna Ferber
  • Your jewels, (heart-jewels I suppose you call 'em,) seem to me like diamonds on the bosom of a calicoed and untidy chambermaid.

    Daisy's Necklace|Thomas Bailey Aldrich
  • The woman was calicoed, angled, snuff-brushed, and weary with unknown desires.

    Whirligigs|O. Henry
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