- the cover of the capsule; operculum.
- the upper section of a pyxidium.
verb (used with object), lid·ded, lid·ding.
Origin of lid
Examples from the Web for lidded
As he told the story, his lidded eyes would crease into a warm, delighted look.Remembering the Man Who Brought Jaws—and Me—to the Shelves|Christopher Buckley|December 23, 2008|DAILY BEAST
The tea-cups, saucered and lidded, but unhandled, stood in a row before the polished brass hot-water kettle.The Best Short Stories of 1919|Various
Then he looked with his warm blue eyes at the almost sardonic, lidded eyes of the foreigner.The Rainbow|D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
He licked his thick lips, his eyes blank and lidded, like a toad's.The Crystal Crypt|Philip Kindred Dick
And so, with silk and all sorts of tiny materials, the Lycosa builds a lidded cap to the entrance of her home.The Life of the Spider|J. Henri Fabre
British Dictionary definitions for lidded
- British to be the final blow to
- to curb, prevent, or discourage
Word Origin for lid
Idioms and Phrases with lidded
see blow the lid off; flip one's lid; put the lid on.