From memory + -ed.
memoried (comparative more memoried, superlative most memoried)
- (poetic, literary) Having a memory (of a given kind).
- (obsolete, poetic, literary) Memorized, committed to memory.
- 1818, John Keats, "To—":
- And yet I never look on midnight sky, / But I behold thine eyes' well memoried light [...].