- abounding in lilies.
- Archaic. lilylike; white.
Origin of lilied
Examples from the Web for lilied
Historical Examples of lilied
Followed the usual exchange of lilied words, of felicitations and compliments.Caravans By Night
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.Talks on Writing English
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
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