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hooded

[ hood-id ]
/ ˈhʊd ɪd /
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adjective
having, or covered with, a hood: a hooded jacket.
having the shape of a hood; hood-shaped.
Zoology. having on the head a hoodlike formation, crest, arrangement of colors, or the like.
Botany. cucullate.
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Origin of hooded

First recorded in 1400–50, hooded is from the late Middle English word hodid.See hood1, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM hooded

hood·ed·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for hooded

hooded
/ (ˈhʊdɪd) /

adjective
covered with, having, or shaped like a hood
(of eyes) having heavy eyelids that appear to be half closed
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