poppied

[pop-eed]
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adjective

covered or adorned with poppies: poppied fields.
affected by or as if by opium; listless.

Origin of poppied

First recorded in 1795–1805; poppy + -ed3
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Examples from the Web for poppied

Historical Examples of poppied

  • Blossoms and grass from blood in battle spilt, And poppied corn, I bring.

    Lay Morals

    Robert Louis Stevenson

  • He has no poppied or honeyed cakes through which to give the monster sleep or sustenance.

  • For within the ring, close to the clustering globes, was a miniature replica of the giant track in the poppied valley!

  • Behind us our trail was marked by deep, black pits in the forest's green, clean cut and great as the Mark upon the poppied valley.

  • Bodies starve and hearts break, but at last there comes "the poppied sleep, the end of all."

    Flowers of Freethought

    George W. Foote



British Dictionary definitions for poppied

poppied

adjective

covered with poppies
of or relating to the effects of poppies, esp in inducing drowsiness or sleep
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