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hooded

adjective hood·ed \ˈh-dəd\

: having a hood : wearing a hood

of an animal : having a head that is colored or formed in a way that looks like a hood

—used to describe eyes that are half closed

Full Definition of HOODED

1
:  having a hood
2
:  shaped like a hood <hooded spathes>
3
a :  having the head conspicuously different in color from the rest of the body <hooded bird>
b :  having a crest on the head that suggests a hood <hooded seals>
c :  having the skin at each side of the neck capable of expansion by movements of the ribs <a hooded cobra>
4
:  half-closed <hooded eyes>
hood·ed·ness noun

First Known Use of HOODED

15th century

Rhymes with HOODED

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