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peaked

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adjective \ˈpēkt also ˈpē-kəd\

Definition of peaked

  1. :  having a peak :  pointed <peaked lapels> <a peaked hill>

peaked·ness play \ˈpēk(t)-nəs, ˈpē-kəd-nəs\ noun


15th Century

First Known Use of peaked

15th century

Rhymes with peaked


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peaked

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adjective peak·ed \ˈpē-kəd also ˈpi-kəd\

Definition of peaked

  1. :  being pale and wan or emaciated :  sickly



Origin of peaked

4peak


First Known Use: 1800


PEAKED Defined for Kids

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peaked

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adjective \ˈpēkt\

Definition of peaked

  1. :  having a point or a prominent end




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peaked

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adjective peak·ed \ˈpē-kəd\

Definition of peaked

  1. :  looking pale and sick





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