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shaped

[ sheypt ]
/ ʃeɪpt /
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adjective
of a definite form, shape, or character (often used in combination): a U-shaped driveway.
designed to fit a particular form, body, or contour: a shaped garment.
Furniture. having other than a plane surface.
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Origin of shaped

First recorded in 1530–40; shape + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM shaped

well-shaped, adjective
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How to use shaped in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for shaped

-shaped
/ (ʃeɪpt) /

adj combining form
having the shape ofan L-shaped room; a pear-shaped figure
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