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4 definitions found
 for studded
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Stud \Stud\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Studded; p. pr. & vb. n.
     Studding.]
     1. To adorn with shining studs, or knobs.
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              Thy horses shall be trapped,
              Their harness studded all with gold and pearl.
                                                    --Shak.
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     2. To set with detached ornaments or prominent objects; to
        set thickly, as with studs.
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              The sloping sides and summits of our hills, and the
              extensive plains that stretch before our view, are
              studded with substantial, neat, and commodious
              dwellings of freemen.                 --Bp. Hobart.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  decorated \decorated\ adj.
     having decorations. [Narrower terms: beaded, beady,
     bejeweled, bejewelled, bespangled, gemmed, jeweled, jewelled,
     sequined, spangled, spangly; bedaubed; bespectacled,
     monocled, spectacled; braided; brocaded, embossed,
     raised; buttony; carbuncled; champleve, cloisonne,
     enameled; crested, plumed having a decorative plume);
     crested, top-knotted, topknotted, tufted; crested;
     embellished, ornamented, ornate; embroidered; encircled,
     ringed, wreathed; fancied up, gussied, gussied up, tricked
     out; feathery, feathered, plumy; frilled, frilly,
     ruffled; fringed; gilt-edged; inflamed; inlaid;
     inwrought; laced; mosaic, tessellated; paneled,
     wainscoted; studded; tapestried; tasseled, tasselled;
     tufted; clinquant, tinseled, tinselly; tricked-out]
     Also See: clothed, fancy. Antonym: unadorned.
  
     Syn: adorned.
          [WordNet 1.5]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  studded
      adj 1: dotted or adorned with or as with studs or nailheads;
             usually used in combination; "star-studded heavens";
             "diamond-studded belt"

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  159 Moby Thesaurus words for "studded":
     ablaze, adorned, aglow, alight, alive with, barbellate,
     bathed with light, beaded, bedecked, bedizened, befrilled,
     bejeweled, beribboned, bespangled, blotched, blotchy, brightened,
     bristled, bristling, bristly, burled, bursting, candlelit,
     crawling, crowded, crowding, decked out, decorated, dotted, dotty,
     dusted, embellished, enlightened, feathered, festooned, figured,
     firelit, flea-bitten, flecked, fleckered, flowered, frecked,
     freckled, freckly, garnished, gaslit, glochidiate, gnarled, gnarly,
     hairy, hirsute, hispid, illuminated, in a blaze, in profusion,
     irradiate, irradiated, jam-packed, jammed, jeweled, knobbed,
     knobbly, knobby, knoblike, knotted, knotty, knurled, knurly,
     lamplit, lanternlit, lavish, lighted, lightened, lit, lit up,
     luminous, lumpy, macular, maculate, maculated, moonlit, nappy,
     nodal, noded, nodiform, nodose, nodular, nodulated, noduled,
     nubbled, nubbly, nubby, ornamented, overflowing, packed, patchy,
     peppered, pily, pitted, plumed, pocked, pockmarked, pocky,
     pointille, pointillistic, polka-dot, populous, powdered, prodigal,
     profuse, proliferating, prolific, punctated, rife, setaceous,
     setose, setous, shaggy, spangled, spangly, spattered, specked,
     speckled, speckledy, speckly, splattered, splotched, splotchy,
     spotted, spotty, sprinkled, star-spangled, star-studded, starlit,
     stippled, strigal, strigate, strigose, stubbled, stubbly, sunlit,
     superabundant, swarming, teeming, thick, thick as hail, thick with,
     thick-coming, thronged, thronging, tinseled, torose, tricked out,
     trimmed, tubercular, tuberculous, tuberose, tuberous, wreathed
  
  

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