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looped

[ loopt ]

adjective

  1. having or consisting of loops; loopy.
  2. Slang.
    1. enthusiastic; keen:

      These days he's looped on rodeos.



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Word History and Origins

Origin of looped1

First recorded in 1930–35; loop 1 + -ed 2, -ed 3

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Example Sentences

Learned to make wire baskets, incorporating looped wire technique into her sculptures.

It weighs less than 1 pound and features a flexible looped handle so you can clip it onto your backpack for any adventure.

Weighing less than 1 pound with a flexible looped handle, this is also a great speaker to clip onto your backpack for any adventure.

Allen told agents that he was the one who left the threatening letters at the cell towers, and that he wore gloves and used pre-looped zip ties to reduce his chances of getting caught.

The looped vocal melody on Mac Miller’s “Knock Knock” didn’t get buried under the robust bassline.

"One dollar," he said and threw a plainer stone with a rubber band looped around it for our payment.

He looped around in the grass, flanking the mine mouth, slow, quiet now, crouching a little.

Johnny looped thirty yards to the left, below the mound, then he turned and picked up speed.

The SUV looped through the parking and onto Beach 90th Street at VIP speed and disappeared up Beach 90th Street.

He looped in his health-insurance colleague Fred McKay and, sure enough, I could buy insurance without underwriting.

One end of the wire is looped around the upper end of the candlestick, then bent so that the main part will be vertical.

She withdrew, reluctantly, from the public gaze, and the curtain was looped back before an Eastern scene.

He reached out to untie the rope looped around Nancy's back that held her to Wolf Paw's horse.

Like some great inch-worm, the weasel looped its way along, until its path crossed that of the shrew pattering toward the brook.

The smaller, in a white tunic looped with a thick leather belt, laughed beneath his friend's rantings.

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