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herbed

[ urbd, hurbd ]
/ ɜrbd, hɜrbd /
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adjective
cooked or seasoned with herbs; flavored with herbs.
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Origin of herbed

First recorded in 1950–55; herb + -ed3
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How to use herbed in a sentence

  • It was not a question of horns at all; it was simply a great weight like an avalanche of rock crushing him into the herbed plain.

    The Outcasts|W. A. Fraser
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