Definition of spiked
1 : having an inflorescence that is a spike
2 : having a sharp projecting point
3 of hair : arranged in stiff tufts
Examples of spiked in a Sentence
a lizard with a spiked tail
Recent Examples of spiked from the Web
More and more, the roster of canned booze is expanding, too, from spiked seltzer and hard cider to craft cocktails and, in particular, canned wine, which is seeing a surge from small, high-quality producers in California and Oregon.
Fans of the famed spiked tomato juice cocktail will be thrilled to know there’s a new, inventive version in town.
Abridged and spiked with nods to other works by Shakespeare, his Dream will enchant everyone except the most inflexible purists, and will likely turn on the uninitiated to the charms of the Elizabethan playwright.
Available with or without alcohol, there's Prickly Pear, Baja Blast and a Spiked Lemonade Margarita.
Early Tuesday, Gulzow was once again on his scooter in downtown Denver wearing demonic, white-faced makeup, gloves with knife blades attached to the fingers and spiked leather wristbands.
When two deputies tried to place a spiked Stop Stick near the pickup’s wheels, the driver tried to hit them with the truck, Rylaarsdam said.
Two deputies tried to place a spiked Stop Stick near the pickup’s wheels, to keep him from driving off.
Signature sip: Diners here go for the rosemary-spiked Sangria Rosé ($10) all year round.
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Definition of spiked for English Language Learners
: having sharp points : formed into points
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