Definition for "milled"
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A terminology utilized in golf. Used…
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Having been put through some means of milling.
Having several good grooves in the rim, in direction from obverse to reverse; -- of coins. Coins of gold and silver had been milled to really make it impossible for uncrupulous persons to shave small pieces from the advantage without recognition.
(of grains especially rice) getting the husk or exterior levels removed
Easy past tense and past participle of mill.
Made or prepared in or by a grinding-mill.
Having undergone the operations of a mill or coining-press: because, milled money. See milled money, the following.
Serrated or transversely grooved.
Having already been created or treated by equipment; especially, in publishing, made smooth by calendering rollers in a paper-mill.
Worked in a mill or by machinery: said specifically of panels and planks which are cut and planed by the power-mill.