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featured

[ fee-cherd ]
/ ˈfi tʃərd /
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adjective

made a feature or highlight; given prominence: a featured article; a featured actor.
having features or a certain kind of features (usually used in combination): a well-featured face.
Obsolete. formed; fashioned.

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Origin of featured

First recorded in 1375–1425, featured is from the late Middle English word fetured.See feature, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM featured

mul·ti·fea·tured, adjectivenon·fea·tured, adjectiveun·fea·tured, adjectivewell-featured, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for featured

featured

adjective

(in combination) having features as specifiedheavy-featured
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