tailed definition

  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of tail.
  • adjective:
    • getting the specified type of end
    • Having a tail.
    • Having a tail; having (such) a tail or (plenty) tails; -- mainly used in structure
    • having a tail of a specified sort; usually found in combo
  • others:
    • Having a tail; caudate; appendaged; urodele; macrurous: as, the tailed batrachians; the tailed wings of a butterfly.
    • In botany, provided with a slender or tail-like appendage of any kind: because, tailed anthers.
    • created like or into a tail; shaped as a tail: as, tailed appendages; a rat-tailed file.
    • In heraldry, having a tail, as a beast or bird used as a bearing: made use of only if the end is of a different sort of tincture from the remainder: as, a lion sable, tailed gules. Additionally queued. [Rare.]
    • Subject, to tail; entailed.

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