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hooded

Line breaks: hood¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈhʊdɪd
 
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Definition of hooded in English:

adjective

1(Of a garment) having a hood: a hooded cloak
More example sentences
  • It was hard to tell what he looked like since he had a hooded coat, the hood covering his face.
  • He was wearing a black hooded jacket and dark trousers.
  • They would go out in the full moon, and they would dance around a fire in hooded garments and that kind of thing.
1.1(Of a person) wearing a hood: a hooded figure
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  • His attention is then diverted by the sight of a hooded figure coming towards the shop.
  • After around 40 minutes, we heard the sound of breaking glass from the house and saw a hooded figure emerge with what looked like a computer box in a bag.
  • But in the darkness of the park we make out a dozen hooded figures skulking in a children's play area.
1.2(Of eyes) having thick, drooping upper eyelids resembling hoods: a dark man with hooded eyes
More example sentences
  • Shrunken and enclosed, he looks up at the camera with a scowl; his eyes are hooded, his cheeks hollow.
  • Her blood-red lips and hooded eyes, her large hands firmly grasping the wheel, all convey a woman in control of her destiny.
  • He had these amazing long brows, as dark as his hooded eyes, and a small, perfectly groomed moustache perched on top of his upper lip.

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