Origin of leaved
Related formsun·leaved, adjective
Definition for leaved (2 of 3)
verb (used with object), left, leav·ing.
verb (used without object), left, leav·ing.
- to desist from; cease; stop; abandon.
- to stop using or wearing: It had stopped raining, so we left off our coats.
- to omit: to leave a name off a list.
Origin of leave1
SYNONYMS FOR leave
ANTONYMS FOR leave
Related formsleav·er, noun
Other substitutions of leave for let are generally regarded as nonstandard: Let (not Leave ) us sit down and talk this over. Let (not Leave ) her do it her own way. The police wouldn't let (not leave ) us cross the barriers. See also let1.
Definition for leaved (3 of 3)
verb (used without object), leaved, leav·ing.
Origin of leave3
Examples from the Web for leaved
The three leaved hellebore, helleborus trifolius, for dyeing wood yellow, is used in Canada.Vegetable Dyes|Ethel M. Mairet
Oh, he wouldnt a taken her athout sayin a word, and leaved me behind, cause he must a knowed we was plannin to go together.
The trees had leaved again; the fields were green with the new crops, and the gardens gave promise of later abundance.Joan of Arc|Lucy Foster Madison
Cant you come back an tell me how it happened, cause I know you wouldnt have gone and leaved me free of your own will?
Arms: Vert, on a chevron or, three roses gules, slipped and leaved vert.
British Dictionary definitions for leaved (1 of 4)
- having a leaf or leaves; leafed
- (in combination)a five-leaved stem
British Dictionary definitions for leaved (2 of 4)
verb leaves, leaving or left (mainly tr)
- Also: let alone See let 1 (def. 7)
- to permit to stay or be alone
Derived Formsleaver, noun
Word Origin for leave
British Dictionary definitions for leaved (3 of 4)
Word Origin for leave
British Dictionary definitions for leaved (4 of 4)
verb leaves, leaving or leaved
Idioms and Phrases with leaved
In addition to the idioms beginning with leave
- leave a bad taste in one's mouth
- leave alone
- leave a lot to be desired
- leave flat
- leave hanging
- leave holding the bag
- leave in the lurch
- leave no stone unturned
- leave off
- leave one cold
- leave open
- leave out
- leave out in the cold
- leave out of account
- leave someone alone
- leave someone in peace
- leave someone in the lurch
- leave someone to his or her resources
- leave the door open
- leave to someone's own devices
- leave to someone's tender mercies
- leave well enough alone
- leave without a leg to stand on
- leave word
- absent without leave
- (leave) high and dry
- (leave) out in the cold
- take it or leave it
- take leave of
- take one's leave
Also see underlet.