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adjective cord·ed \ˈkȯr-dəd\

Definition of corded

  1. 1 a :  made of or provided with cords or ridges; specifically :  muscled in ridges b of a muscle :  tense, taut

  2. 2 :  bound, fastened, or wound about with cords

  3. 3 :  striped or ribbed with or as if with cord :  twilled <corded fabric>

  4. 4 :  equipped with an electrical cord <a corded phone>



14th Century

First Known Use of corded

14th century


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