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volumed

[ vol-yoomd, -yuhmd ]
/ ˈvɒl yumd, -yəmd /
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adjective
consisting of a volume or volumes (usually used in combination): a many-volumed work.
in volumes of rolling or rounded masses, as smoke.
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Origin of volumed

First recorded in 1590–1600; volume + -ed3
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British Dictionary definitions for volumed

volumed
/ (ˈvɒljuːmd) /

adjective
(of literary works)
  1. consisting of or being in volumes
  2. (in combination)a three-volumed history
rare having bulk or volume
poetic forming a rounded mass
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