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his·to·ried

 (hĭs′tə-rēd)
adj.
Having an interesting history; storied: an ancient and historied land.
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historied

(ˈhɪstəriːd)
adj
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) literary recorded in history
2. (Art Terms) archaic decorated with historical scenes or images
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his•to•ried

(ˈhɪs tə rid, ˈhɪs trid)

adj.
having an illustrious past; storied: Italy is a richly historied land.
[1810–20]
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Adj.1.historied - having an illustrious past
glorious - having or deserving or conferring glory; "a long and glorious career"; "our glorious literature"
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