barreled definition

  • adjective:
    • having the specified wide range of barrels
    • Having a barrel; -- found in structure.
    • devote or kept in a barrel; ; ; -- reverse of unbarreled.
    • tapered toward both ends; -- of an arrow.
    • place in or stored in a barrel
    • (of an arrow) tapered toward both stops
    • having the specified amount of barrels
    • Having a barrel; -- used in composition.
    • devote or kept in a barrel; ; ; -- other of unbarreled.
    • tapered toward both finishes; -- of an arrow.
    • devote or kept in a barrel
    • (of an arrow) tapered toward both finishes
  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and past participle of barrel.
    • Simple past tense and past participle of barrel.
  • others:
    • rich, stowed, or saved away in drums: as, barreled butter.
    • Inclosed in a cylinder or barrel: since, barreled bolts.
    • Having a barrel or barrels of a form or quantity indicated: used mainly in structure: as, a double-barreled firearm.
    • In archery, gradually low in diameter from the center to each end: said of an arrow.
    • Packed, stowed, or saved away in barrels: as, barreled butter.
    • Inclosed in a cylinder or barrel: since, barreled bolts.
    • Having a barrel or drums of a sort or quantity suggested: utilized mainly in composition: as, a double-barreled firearm.
    • In archery, slowly reduced in diameter through the center every single end: stated of an arrow.

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