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glossed definition

  • adjective:
    • Having a gloss.
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  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of gloss.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of gloss.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of gloss.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of gloss.
    • Easy past tight and past participle of gloss.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of gloss.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of gloss.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of gloss.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of gloss.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of gloss.
    • Easy past tight and past participle of gloss.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of gloss.
  • others:
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster showing a color different from that the top where it looks : as, glossed with white or blue. Such appearances are due to exceedingly small hairs or points on top.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster reflecting a color different from that of the top on which it's : as, glossed with white or blue. These types of appearances are generally as a result of extremely minute hairs or points at first glance.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster reflecting a color distinctive from that of the outer lining where it appears to be : because, glossed with white or blue. Such appearances are because of extremely minute hairs or things on the surface.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster showing a color distinct from compared to the area by which it appears to be : since, glossed with white or blue. These types of appearances are considering extremely small hairs or things on top.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster reflecting a color distinctive from compared to the outer lining upon which it looks : since, glossed with white or blue. Such appearances are usually considering extremely minute hairs or things on top.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster reflecting a color distinctive from that the area on which it appears to be : as, glossed with white or blue. These types of appearances are usually because of extremely minute hairs or points on the surface.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster reflecting a color distinct from that of the surface on which it looks : because, glossed with white or blue. These types of appearances are generally as a result of exceedingly small hairs or points on the surface.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster showing a color distinctive from that of the area on which it appears to be : because, glossed with white or blue. Such appearances are often as a result of extremely minute hairs or points on top.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster showing a color not the same as that of the top where it looks : as, glossed with white or blue. Such appearances are due to exceedingly minute hairs or things on the surface.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster reflecting a color not the same as that the top upon which it looks : because, glossed with white or blue. Such appearances are generally because of extremely small hairs or points at first glance.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster showing a color unlike compared to the top which it looks : as, glossed with white or blue. Such appearances are generally because extremely minute hairs or things at first glance.
    • In entomology, having a smooth and silky luster reflecting a color different from that the top on which it appears to be : as, glossed with white or blue. These types of appearances are generally due to extremely small hairs or points on top.
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