abounding in lilies.
Archaic. lilylike; white.

Origin of lilied

First recorded in 1605–15; lily + -ed3 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for lilied

Historical Examples of lilied

  • Followed the usual exchange of lilied words, of felicitations and compliments.

    Caravans By Night

    Harry Hervey

  • Surely, then, the reading of the first folio is a mere typographical error, and peonied and lilied the most poetical and correct.

  • I know a child of Suffolk whose fancy still lingers about the lilied lowland waters of that shire.

  • Beyond that, and lower still, a lilied pond widened out of the sluggish brook with a cool and rustic spring-house at one end.

    Richard Carvel, Complete

    Winston Churchill

  • She was still the wild gipsy-hearted child the King had found braiding her hair that morning by the lilied pool.

    The Maker of Rainbows

    Richard Le Gallienne