leaved

adjective
\ ˈlēvd How to pronounce leaved (audio) \

Definition of leaved

: having leaves usually used in combinationpalmate-leaveda four-leaved clover

Examples of leaved in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Most managers will go with the big-leaved, high-protein ladinos, featured in famous plot offerings such as Whitetail Institute’s Imperial Whitetail Clover and Mossy Oak’s Non-Typical Clover. Gerald Almy, Field & Stream, "What’s the Best Food Plot Forage for Each Region?," 28 May 2020 The flat-leaved vanilla orchid (Vanilla planifolia) is a vine-like tropical plant with dark, leathery leaves that produces ornate, pale green flowers. Lior Lev Sercarz, Saveur, "How Vanilla Became the World’s Favorite Flavor," 3 Oct. 2016 Fire provides an additional advantage for the narrow-leaved purple coneflower, as Wagenius and his colleagues saw. Popular Science, "For prairie flowers, fire is the ultimate matchmaker," 29 Jan. 2020 That included broad-leaved trees that were likely similar to cypresses, redwoods, and tulip trees. Jason Daley, Smithsonian, "You Can Now Smell a T. Rex’s Stinky Breath at Chicago’s Field Museum," 17 Oct. 2019 Their forms and textures add so much to the garden, especially in gardens planted with lots of fine- or narrow-leaved plants. Nan Sterman, San Diego Union-Tribune, "September gardening: 22 things to do this month," 5 Sep. 2019 There are many varieties of mint — smooth-leaved, crinkly, variegated, fuzzy, shiny. Jeanmarie Brownson, Twin Cities, "Refresh your summer cooking with versatile mint for grilled meats, salads and tea," 18 July 2019 There are many varieties of mint — smooth-leaved, crinkly, variegated, fuzzy, shiny. Jeanmarie Brownson, Twin Cities, "Refresh your summer cooking with versatile mint for grilled meats, salads and tea," 18 July 2019 Both burial chambers also held ancient treasures, including figurines, clay pots, false amphoras (jugs) and narrow-leaved basins, as well as other small artifacts such as buttons, the Ministry reported yesterday (Aug. 11). Fox News, "Grave robbers missed these ancient Greek graves," 14 Aug. 2019

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First Known Use of leaved

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Leaved.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/leaved. Accessed 8 Jul. 2020.

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leaved

adjective
How to pronounce leaved (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of leaved

: having leaves of a particular kind or number

leaved

adjective
\ ˈlēvd \

Kids Definition of leaved

: having leaves a broad-leaved tree

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