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Definition of 'feathered'

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Shaved head, tarred and feathered and left tied to a lamp post. Higgins, Jack A SEASON IN HELLIn each pocket, there was a feathered dart no bigger than his finger. Zindell, David THE BROKEN GOD

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British English: feathered ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as feathered, you mean that it has feathers on it.
Her mother was the proud lady in the feathered hat.
  • American English: feathered
  • Brazilian Portuguese: com penas
  • Chinese: 有羽毛的
  • European Spanish: con plumas
  • French: à plumes
  • German: gefiedert
  • Italian: piumato
  • Japanese: 羽をつけた
  • Korean: 깃털로 장식된
  • European Portuguese: com penas
  • Latin American Spanish: con plumas

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Definition of feathered from the Collins English Dictionary
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