having a cusp or cusps; cusplike.

Also cus·pate [kuhs-pit, -peyt] /ˈkʌs pɪt, -peɪt/, cus·pat·ed.

Origin of cusped

First recorded in 1815–25; cusp + -ed3
Related formsun·cusped, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Related Words for cusped

aciculate, acuminate, acute, cuspidate, pointy, sharp, cusped, cuspate

Examples from the Web for cusped

Historical Examples of cusped

  • The arches are cusped like the windows, but are stilted and segmental.

    Portuguese Architecture

    Walter Crum Watson

  • I agree that the cusped arch is not meant to imitate a leaf.

    Health and Education

    Charles Kingsley

  • The cusped arch, too, was it actually not intended to imitate vegetation?

    Health and Education

    Charles Kingsley

  • The tympana of the choir triforium arches are filled with plate tracery, quatrefoil and cusped.

  • It contains three pointed and cusped lancets on each side, and is without buttresses.

    Scottish Cathedrals and Abbeys

    Dugald Butler and Herbert Story