statued

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From statue +‎ -ed.

Adjective[edit]

statued (comparative more statued, superlative most statued)

  1. Adorned with statues.
    • 1863 November 23, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, “The Student’s Tale. The Falcon of Ser Federigo.”, in Tales of a Wayside Inn, Boston, Mass.: Ticknor and Fields, OCLC 840321886, page 35:
      Here in seclusion, as a widow may, / The lovely lady whiled the hours away, / Pacing in sable robes the statued hall, / Herself the stateliest statue among all, []
    • 1862 July – 1863 August, George Eliot [pseudonym; Mary Ann Evans], “The Barber’s Shop”, in Romola. [], volume I, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], published 1863, OCLC 1084920803, book I, page 53:
      [T]he façade of the cathedral did not stand ignominious in faded stucco, but had upon it the magnificent promise of the half-completed marble inlaying and statued niches, which Giotto had devised a hundred and fifty years before; []