a: having wavy lines of color : wateredwaved cloth
b: marked by undulations : curvingthe waved cutting edge of a bread knife
Examples of waved in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebFord is implementing a waved invitation approach to efficiently convert reservations to orders.
Phoebe Wall Howard, Detroit Free Press, 10 Dec. 2021 The original Spanish red roof tiles were stripped and replaced by tiles in different shades of red, stacked to give a waved effect.
Nancy Keates, WSJ, 24 June 2021 There would’ve been lots of waved handkerchiefs, initially to dry tears and then to pierce the air with joy for his life.
Chris Granger, National Geographic, 13 Oct. 2020
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