Definition of matted in English:

matted

Syllabification: mat·ted
Pronunciation: /ˈmadəd
 
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adjective

1(Especially of hair or fur) tangled into a thick mass: a cardigan of matted gray wool
More example sentences
  • Her normally pristine white hair was matted and stringy and streaked with gray.
  • I hugged the dead dog and cried a gallon of tears into its matted fur, begging it to wake up.
  • His shirt was torn, his bow tie squinty and matted hair fell over his face.
Synonyms
tangled, tangly, knotted, knotty, tousled, disheveled, uncombed, unkempt
informal ratty, mussy
2Covered or furnished with mats: the matted floor
More example sentences
  • After the chairs got filled, some preferred to sit down on the matted floor, slouching against the wall with their eyes closed.
  • The competition standard matted floor area is proving invaluable to the 135 gymnasts who train at the club every week.
  • A wide, rectangular shaped room, the sparring grounds was lined with benches on the sides and a matted floor in the middle.

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