crested


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crest·ed

 (krĕs′tĭd)
adj.
Having a crest: a crested black macaque.

crested

A report that indicates that engagement of a target or observation of an area is not possible because of an obstacle or intervening crest.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.crested - bearing an heraldic device
heraldry - the study and classification of armorial bearings and the tracing of genealogies
adorned, decorated - provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
2.crested - (of a bird or animal) having a usually ornamental tuft or process on the headcrested - (of a bird or animal) having a usually ornamental tuft or process on the head; often used in combination; "golden crested"; "crested iris"; "crested oriole"; "tufted duck"; "tufted loosestrife"
animal, animate being, beast, creature, fauna, brute - a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
adorned, decorated - provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
3.crested - (of a knight's helmet) having a decorative plume
adorned, decorated - provided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction
Translations
ذو عُرْف
chocholatý
toppet
bóbitás
meî fjaîraskúf
chocholatý
ibiklitepeli

crested

[ˈkrestɪd] ADJ [bird etc] → crestado, con cresta; [notepaper] → con escudo

crested

[ˈkrɛstɪd] adj
[bird] → huppé(e)
[china, writing paper] → armorié(e)

crested

adj notepaper, sealverziert; (Orn) → Hauben-; crested cootKammblessralle f

crest

(krest) noun
1. the comb or tuft on the head of a cock or other bird.
2. the summit or highest part. the crest of a wave; the crest of a mountain.
3. feathers on the top of a helmet.
4. a badge or emblem. the family crest.
ˈcrested adjective
having a tuft on the head.
References in classic literature ?
And especially now, while, with her crested teaspoons and antique china, she was flattering herself with ideas of gentility, she felt an unspeakable disinclination to confront a customer.
Then, again, if you fix your eye upon this strange, crested, comb-like incrustation on the top of the mass --this green, barnacled thing, which the Greenlanders call the crown, and the Southern fishers the bonnet of the Right Whale; fixing your eyes solely on this, you would take the head for the trunk of some huge oak, with a bird's nest in its crotch.
In rough magnificence array'd, When ancient Chivalry display'd The pomp of her heroic games, And crested chiefs and tissued dames Assembled, at the clarion's call, In some proud castle's high arch'd hall.
Morison selected a cigarette from his crested case, lighted it, blew a thin line of blue smoke toward the moon, and smiled.
All the proud foliage Of the crested forests is shorn, and shrivels down Beneath the blade of ice.