lidded

adjective
lid·​ded | \ ˈli-dəd How to pronounce lidded (audio) \

Definition of lidded

1 : having or covered with a lid a lidded tureen
2 : having lids especially of a specified kind usually used in combination heavy-lidded eyes

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Her heavy-lidded gaze, presumably meant to suggest otherworldly detachment, merely holds up a mirror to the audience’s boredom. Justin Chang, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Review: ‘Dark Phoenix’ isn’t the revival the ‘X-Men’ series needed," 6 June 2019 Her heavy-lidded gaze, presumably meant to suggest otherworldly detachment, merely holds up a mirror to the audience’s boredom. Justin Chang, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Review: ‘Dark Phoenix’ isn’t the revival the ‘X-Men’ series needed," 6 June 2019 Her heavy-lidded gaze, presumably meant to suggest otherworldly detachment, merely holds up a mirror to the audience’s boredom. Justin Chang, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Review: ‘Dark Phoenix’ isn’t the revival the ‘X-Men’ series needed," 6 June 2019 It is then packed into a lidded jar and carefully labeled. John Aguilar, The Denver Post, "Trail plans prompt first soil samples in 13 years at Rocky Flats," 2 July 2019 Her heavy-lidded gaze, presumably meant to suggest otherworldly detachment, merely holds up a mirror to the audience’s boredom. Justin Chang, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Review: ‘Dark Phoenix’ isn’t the revival the ‘X-Men’ series needed," 6 June 2019 Her heavy-lidded gaze, presumably meant to suggest otherworldly detachment, merely holds up a mirror to the audience’s boredom. Justin Chang, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Review: ‘Dark Phoenix’ isn’t the revival the ‘X-Men’ series needed," 6 June 2019 Her heavy-lidded gaze, presumably meant to suggest otherworldly detachment, merely holds up a mirror to the audience’s boredom. Justin Chang, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Review: ‘Dark Phoenix’ isn’t the revival the ‘X-Men’ series needed," 6 June 2019 Her heavy-lidded gaze, presumably meant to suggest otherworldly detachment, merely holds up a mirror to the audience’s boredom. Justin Chang, latimes.com, "Review: 'Dark Phoenix' isn't the revival the 'X-Men' series needed," 4 June 2019

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First Known Use of lidded

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of lidded was before the 12th century

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lidded

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of lidded

: having a lid or a particular kind of lid

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