veined

adjective
\ˈvānd \

Definition of veined 

: patterned with or as if with veins : having venation : streaked a veined leaf veined marble veined cheese

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That’s why classic, natural materials like veined Carrera or Calacatta Gold marble and stone such as limestone still show up in so many master baths as countertops, in showers and as floors. Richard A. Marini, San Antonio Express-News, "Here are some of San Antonio’s most beautiful master bathrooms," 25 May 2018 Entering the building, the main foyer has floor tiles of veined Alabama marble. William Thornton, AL.com, "Encompass Health ready to open new home office," 23 Mar. 2018 The few pieces of furniture, including long, low, pale peach velvet sofas and coffee tables inlaid with glass-smooth discs of rich veined stone, are switched out often. Nancy Hass, New York Times, "A Modern-Meets-Neo-Classical Apartment in Milan," 20 Sep. 2017 The beginning of the work carries the most impact, as the dancers simply stand in a wide second position, the lights casting a glow onto Nathan Rohrer’s blood red, veined, translucent leotards. Lauren Warnecke, chicagotribune.com, "Visceral Dance Chicago's fall opener pops and fizzles," 17 Sep. 2017 Boka uses baby sorrels, a red-veined leaf, peppery mustard microgreens, dark red beet greens, and leafy miner’s lettuce, sourced from both Sasuga and local farms. Alina Dizik, Bon Appetit, "These New Microgreens Are Changing the Garnish Game," 31 July 2017 Boka uses baby sorrels, a red-veined leaf, peppery mustard microgreens, dark red beet greens, and leafy miner’s lettuce, sourced from both Sasuga and local farms. Alina Dizik, Bon Appetit, "These New Microgreens Are Changing the Garnish Game," 31 July 2017

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First Known Use of veined

circa 1529, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of veined was circa 1529

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veined

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English Language Learners Definition of veined

: marked with thin lines : having veins or streaks

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