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portrayed

[ pawr-treyd ]
/ pɔrˈtreɪd /
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adjective
represented in drawing, painting, carving, or other visual image:The range of artistic approaches to Queen Elizabeth, the most portrayed woman in the world, make the exhibit well worth seeing.
graphically described in words:In the finely portrayed characters and vivid details of the rural setting, his novel illuminates a neglected piece of Jamaican history.
represented dramatically, as on the stage:Set in a richly portrayed society well-stocked with eccentric nobles and gossipy villagers, the series revolves around the daughter of a respected country doctor.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of portray.
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Origin of portrayed

OTHER WORDS FROM portrayed

un·por·trayed, adjective
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