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coined

[ koind ]
/ kɔɪnd /
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adjective
(of a word, expression, etc.) invented or made up:A coined word, such as Xerox, is one of the most easily protected categories of trademark.
relating to or being money made by stamping metal; minted:Our government founders were determined that the coined value of our gold and silver money should correspond with the market value of the bullion contained.
(of metal) made into coinage by stamping:The floor of the vault was buried in coined gold and silver that had burst from the sacks it was originally stored in.
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OTHER WORDS FROM coined

un·coined, adjectivewell-coined, adjective
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