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shredded Syllabification: shred·ded
Pronunciation: /ˈSHredəd/

Definition of shredded in English:

adjective

1Torn or cut into shreds: shredded paper [with submodifier]: finely shredded cabbage
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  • Growth of shredded cheese sales is also a direct result of consumers' willingness to pay a little extra for convenience.
  • Organic mulches, such as wood chips, shredded bark, or other plant residues, can be applied to weed-free soil soon after planting.
  • The painting, here and there, was sadly faded and stained and shredded.
2 informal Having well-defined or well-developed muscles; muscular: a step-by-step plan that will help you achieve shredded abs in as little as 76 workouts Prince looked awesome—he was totally shredded
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  • Even if someone has a shredded and defined body, there is no reason why any man should be wearing a top designed like lingerie for the beach.
  • It seems those requests have gone virtually unheeded in subsequent years, since hard, shredded bodies have been rewarded with top spots in the lineup.
  • Are you hardcore enough to get shredded?

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