fluted definition

  • adjective:
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or to cut weight.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • Thin; good; clear and mellow; flutelike.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or to cut fat.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • slim; good; obvious and mellow; flutelike.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or even trim weight.
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for design or to trim weight.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • slim; fine; clear and mellow; flutelike.
    • slim; fine; clear and mellow; flutelike.
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or to cut body weight.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for design or even cut fat.
    • slim; fine; clear and mellow; flutelike.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or even trim weight.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • slim; fine; obvious and mellow; flutelike.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • slim; good; obvious and mellow; flutelike.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for design or even to cut body weight.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • Thin; good; clear and mellow; flutelike.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or to cut body weight.
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or to cut weight.
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or even cut fat.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • Having flutes or grooves, either for design or even cut fat.
    • Drunk; intoxicated.
    • slim; good; clear and mellow; flutelike.
    • slim; fine; obvious and mellow; flutelike.
    • Thin; fine; clear and mellow; flutelike.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
    • Thin; good; clear and mellow; flutelike.
    • Decorated with flutes; channeled; grooved
  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and past participle of flute.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of flute.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of flute.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of flute.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of flute.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of flute.
    • Easy past tight and past participle of flute.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of flute.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of flute.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of flute.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of flute.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of flute.
  • others:
    • In music, fine; obvious and mellow; flute-like: because, fluted records.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or described as a series of flutes: because, a fluted column; a fluted ruffle.
    • Specifically— In entomology, having synchronous grooves or depressions working in a longitudinal course.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and so on, which in some situations added also to the utility regarding the piece as providing higher energy. Matches of armor of this sixteenth century, both Italian and German, tend to be richly fluted. See cut in after that column.
    • In songs, good; obvious and mellow; flute-like: because, fluted notes.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or characterized by a series of flutes: because, a fluted line; a fluted ruffle.
    • particularly— In entomology, having parallel grooves or depressions running in a longitudinal course.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and the like, that some cases added and also to the utility associated with piece as providing better energy. Suits of armor regarding the sixteenth century, both Italian and German, tend to be richly fluted. See cut-in after that line.
    • In music, fine; obvious and mellow; flute-like: because, fluted records.
    • In music, fine; obvious and mellow; flute-like: as, fluted notes.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or characterized by some flutes: as, a fluted column; a fluted ruffle.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or described as a number of flutes: because, a fluted line; a fluted ruffle.
    • especially— In entomology, having synchronous grooves or depressions operating in a longitudinal path.
    • particularly— In entomology, having synchronous grooves or depressions running in a longitudinal direction.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and so on, which in some situations added and to the utility of this piece as giving greater power. Suits of armor for the sixteenth century, both Italian and German, tend to be richly fluted. See cut-in after that column.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and so on, that some cases added also to the utility regarding the piece as providing greater power. Suits of armor of sixteenth century, both Italian and German, tend to be richly fluted. See cut-in next line.
    • In songs, fine; obvious and mellow; flute-like: as, fluted notes.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or characterized by a number of flutes: since, a fluted line; a fluted ruffle.
    • In music, fine; clear and mellow; flute-like: since, fluted records.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or characterized by a series of flutes: because, a fluted line; a fluted ruffle.
    • In songs, fine; obvious and mellow; flute-like: as, fluted notes.
    • Specifically— In entomology, having parallel grooves or depressions operating in a longitudinal course.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and the like, that some instances included and to the energy of the piece as providing better energy. Suits of armor associated with the sixteenth century, both Italian and German, in many cases are richly fluted. See cut-in next line.
    • Specifically— In entomology, having synchronous grooves or depressions working in a longitudinal direction.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and the like, that some situations added and to the utility for the piece as giving better energy. Matches of armor of the sixteenth century, both Italian and German, tend to be richly fluted. See cut in after that column.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or characterized by a number of flutes: since, a fluted line; a fluted ruffle.
    • Specifically— In entomology, having parallel grooves or depressions running in a longitudinal path.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and so on, that some instances included also to the utility of this piece as providing higher power. Matches of armor for the sixteenth century, both Italian and German, tend to be richly fluted. See cut-in next line.
    • In music, fine; obvious and mellow; flute-like: because, fluted records.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or described as a number of flutes: because, a fluted line; a fluted ruffle.
    • particularly— In entomology, having parallel grooves or depressions operating in a longitudinal path.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and stuff like that, which in some situations added and to the utility associated with the piece as offering better power. Matches of armor of sixteenth century, both Italian and German, in many cases are richly fluted. See cut in next line.
    • In music, fine; clear and mellow; flute-like: since, fluted notes.
    • In music, good; clear and mellow; flute-like: since, fluted records.
    • In songs, good; clear and mellow; flute-like: since, fluted records.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or described as a few flutes: because, a fluted column; a fluted ruffle.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or described as some flutes: because, a fluted column; a fluted ruffle.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or characterized by a few flutes: since, a fluted line; a fluted ruffle.
    • In music, good; obvious and mellow; flute-like: as, fluted notes.
    • Specifically— In entomology, having parallel grooves or depressions running in a longitudinal direction.
    • especially— In entomology, having synchronous grooves or depressions operating in a longitudinal course.
    • Specifically— In entomology, having parallel grooves or depressions running in a longitudinal direction.
    • Grooved; furrowed; ornamented or described as a number of flutes: because, a fluted line; a fluted ruffle.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and stuff like that, which in some instances included and also to the energy associated with the piece as giving higher strength. Matches of armor of sixteenth century, both Italian and German, are often richly fluted. See cut in next column.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and so on, that some instances included and to the utility of the piece as offering higher power. Matches of armor of this sixteenth century, both Italian and German, are often richly fluted. See cut in after that line.
    • especially— In entomology, having parallel grooves or depressions operating in a longitudinal direction.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and the like, that some instances included and also to the energy for the piece as offering higher energy. Matches of armor regarding the sixteenth century, both Italian and German, are often richly fluted. See cut-in after that column.
    • In armor, ornamented with ridges, corrugations, and stuff like that, that some situations included and also to the utility of this piece as offering better strength. Fits of armor of the sixteenth century, both Italian and German, in many cases are richly fluted. See cut-in next line.

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