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1. Containing caffeine: caffeinated beverages.
2. Stimulated with or as if with caffeine: "She has taken an indignant high road, her manner edgy, caffeinated" (Carol Anshaw).


a. with no natural caffeine removed
b. with added caffeine
2. highly stimulated by caffeine


(ˈkæf əˌneɪ tɪd)

containing caffeine.
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