jacketed

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

jacketed

  1. Encased or enclosed inside a jacket.
    • 1861: United States War Dept, Annual Reports
      One of the advantages of a matrix would be to reduce the cost of our shrapnel by enabling hardened lead balls and round cases to be used in place of the steel-jacketed balls and hexagonal cases...
    • 1920: Edward J. Martin, The Traffic Library: Principles of Classification
      The metal can completely jacketed must have iron, steel or wooden jacket completely covering the can, except the mouth.

Verb[edit]

jacketed

  1. simple past tense and past participle of jacket