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uniformed

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Pronunciation: /ˈjuːnɪfɔːmd
 
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Definition of uniformed in English:

adjective

Wearing a uniform: uniformed police officers
More example sentences
  • From which we can only conclude that all applicants receive the same Rolls-Royce service, complete with a uniformed chauffeur.
  • However, as we approached we could see the white limousines, with the white ribbons, and a team of uniformed chauffeurs standing by.
  • Soon, a uniformed police officer appeared on the scene and asked the man to treat Linda like a lady and just tell her what he wanted her to do.

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