Last modified on 31 May 2014, at 00:31

visored

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

visor +‎ -ed

AdjectiveEdit

visored (not comparable)

  1. Fitted with a visor.
    • 1918, Edna Ferber, Cheerful--By Request[1]:
      Afterward he took his smart visored cap off the hook and limped down town, his boots and leggings and uniform very spick and span from Ma Werner's expert brushing and rubbing.
  2. Wearing a visor.
    • 1928, Joseph A. Altsheler, The Forest of Swords[2]:
      The outlines of the hovering planes showed by his side, and Lannes called in a loud voice to shrouded and visored men.