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leaved

[ leevd ]
/ livd /
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adjective
having leaves; leafed.
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Origin of leaved

First recorded in 1200–50, leaved is from the Middle English word leved. See leave3, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM leaved

un·leaved, adjective
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How to use leaved in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for leaved

leaved
/ (liːvd) /

adjective
  1. having a leaf or leaves; leafed
  2. (in combination)a five-leaved stem
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