zippered

[ zip-erd ]
/ ˈzɪp ərd /

adjective

fastened or fitted with a zipper or zippers: zippered slipcovers.

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Origin of zippered

First recorded in 1940–45; zipper + -ed3

Words nearby zippered

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Example sentences from the Web for zippered

  • With a stylish woven fabric finish and a clear plastic top, these zippered containers sport durable handles on the exterior to ensure longevity throughout numerous seasonal switch-outs.

    The best under-bed storage solutions|PopSci Commerce Team|September 9, 2020|Popular Science
  • Duggan zippered shut his gray-checked jacket and left the booth.

    Second Sight|Basil Eugene Wells
  • We put on zippered windbreaks and the 'copter soared noiselessly into the pale crimson sky.

    The Planet Savers|Marion Zimmer Bradley

British Dictionary definitions for zippered

zippered
/ (ˈzɪpəd) /

adjective

provided or fastened with a zip
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