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cusped

[ kuhspt ]
/ kʌspt /
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adjective
having a cusp or cusps; cusplike.
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Also cus·pate [kuhs-pit, -peyt], /ˈkʌs pɪt, -peɪt/, cus·pat·ed.

Origin of cusped

First recorded in 1815–25; cusp + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM cusped

un·cusped, adjective
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