OTHER WORDS FROM rayedun·rayed, adjective
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After some prodding, Pfeifer agreed to have his leg X-rayed.In the shadow of the towers: Five lives and a world transformed|Joby Warrick, Souad Mekhennet|September 2, 2021|Washington Post
The body was X-rayed and CT-scanned, along with the bishop's clothing, various artifacts, and plant and insect remains.DNA analysis solves curious case of the stillborn fetus in the bishop’s coffin|Jennifer Ouellette|April 9, 2021|Ars Technica
After the continuing pain forced me to seek treatment this time, however, I learned that there are important reasons to have your toe X-rayed.‘A pandemic of broken toes’: How life at home has been painful for feet|Elizabeth Chang|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
Well, back when we started to get x-rays, doctors x-rayed the backs of people who came in with back pain.The Most Dangerous Substance in America May Be Fertilizer|Megan McArdle|April 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Bodies were photographed, x-rayed, looked at by a dentist, and handed down the line.
François Pinault, at the opening of the Palazzo Grassi two years ago, exhibited his own skull X-rayed by Piotr Uklanski.
The white beam of light rayed out from a thick grove of shrubs and small trees on the other side of the big yard.
"The first one at the hatch will probably be shot or rayed," grumbled Shanklin.The Devil's Asteroid|Manly Wade Wellman
The three-rayed design appears to have gained the victory over the others, and came into commoner use.The Swastika|Thomas Wilson
Possibilities that I had never imagined rayed out from my recumbent body as from the hub of a vast wheel.Lazarre|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Skeleton consisting of spicules of carbonate of lime in the form of needles and three-or four-rayed stars.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux