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batteried

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EtymologyEdit

battery +‎ -ed

AdjectiveEdit

batteried (not comparable)

  1. Having a (specified kind of) battery.
    • 2009, Dan Walsh, Endless Horizon, page 52:
      In Bamako, the cops had one flat-batteried flat-twin Beemer, fat rider getting a sweaty running bump start at every call-out []
    • 2012, Walter Block, Devils River Country, page 126:
      I backtracked into the bedroom and got a weak-batteried Boy Scout flashlight. The yellowish, puny-beamed shaft oflight revealed the proud new tiles of our living room floor being covered with an expanding pool of water.

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