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claymated

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

claymated (comparative more claymated, superlative most claymated)

  1. Animated through claymation.
    • 1998, Paul McComas, Twenty Questions: A Collection of Short and Very Short Stories, Fithian Press (1998), ISBN 9781564742384, page 33:
      A month away from twenty-six and there you are, in the middle of a Monday afternoon, genuinely engaged in the madcap antics of a slope-headed, claymated man and his anthropomorphized horse.
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VerbEdit

claymated

  1. simple past tense and past participle of claymate