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picked

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[ pikt ]
/ pɪkt /
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adjective
specially chosen or selected, usually for special skill: a crew of picked men.
cleared or cleaned by or as if by picking: picked fruit.
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Origin of picked

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Middle English word dating back to 1300–50; see origin at pick1, -ed2

Other definitions for picked (2 of 2)

picked2
[ pik-id, pikt ]
/ ˈpɪk ɪd, pɪkt /

adjective Chiefly Dialect.
having or coming to a sharp point; peaked; pointed.

Origin of picked

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late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50; see origin at pick2, -ed3
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