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statued

[ stach-ood ]
/ ˈstætʃ ud /
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adjective
having or ornamented with statues: a statued avenue.
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Origin of statued

First recorded in 1800–10; statue + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM statued

un·stat·ued, adjective
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How to use statued in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for statued

statued
/ (ˈstætjuːd) /

adjective
decorated with or portrayed in a statue or statues
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