looped

adjective
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Definition of looped

1 : having, formed in, or characterized by loops looped fabrics

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I took one look at her and knew she was looped. I must've been looped when I agreed to work as a tiger exerciser at the zoo.
Recent Examples on the Web Prosecutors have said the couple poured hot sauce on Anthony’s face and mouth, whipped the boy with a looped cord and belt, and held him upside down and dropped him on his head repeatedly. Alex Wigglesworth, Los Angeles Times, "Prosecutors will no longer seek death penalty in the Anthony Avalos torture case," 8 May 2021 Participants will run a looped course including the Big Four Bridge, Ohio River Greenway and parts of the Louisville Loop. Alton Strupp, The Courier-Journal, "On your mark, get set, go! Kentucky Derby Festival miniMarathon gets an early start," 22 Apr. 2021 Pump-hydro seeks to address that problem by using solar power to run a looped hydroelectric system that could provide power at any time of the day or night by essentially functioning as a giant battery. Zak Podmore, The Salt Lake Tribune, "Navajo Nation solar project will cement San Juan County’s position as exporter of renewable energy," 19 Apr. 2021 In addition to the new collection, Rousteing has created a playlist of music with Maluma, a looped continual playlist that played in the Balmain atelier while collaborative process was being carried out. Allyson Portee, Forbes, "Maluma Collaborates With Olivier Rousteing At Balmain To Create A New Limited-Edition Collection," 12 Apr. 2021 Either looped bands or bands with handles will work. Christa Sgobba, SELF, "This Resistance Band Workout Will Fire Up Your Entire Body," 10 Apr. 2021 The piece is a soothing, looped video of flowers frozen in a translucent rainbow block that is forever rotating. Ryan Kost, San Francisco Chronicle, "These Bay Area crypto artists say the NFT craze is more than just hype," 20 Mar. 2021 The slime mold grew into a looped network resembling Tokyo’s efficient railway system. Emily Singer, Scientific American, "In Natural Networks, Strength in Loops," 20 Aug. 2013 Their smart headlight is a looped system that continuously reads, assesses and reacts to driving conditions. Larry Greenemeier, Scientific American, "Adaptive Headlights Could Help Drivers Avoid Hitting Bambi," 24 Apr. 2015

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First Known Use of looped

1513, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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11 May 2021

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“Looped.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/looped. Accessed 13 May. 2021.

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looped

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of looped

US, informal : drunk or intoxicated

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