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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishboxedboxed /bɒkst $ bɑːkst/ adjective [usually before noun] 🔊 🔊 BBTsold in a box or boxes 🔊 a boxed set of CDs
Examples from the Corpus
boxedResidues identical in at least three out of the four sequences are boxed.Its passengers swing around like boxed chickens in the back of a livestock lorry on a mountain pass.The boxed region is enlarged to show a dendritic branch and spine-like structure.This superb boxed set is a once-in-a-lifetime souvenir of a universally loved sound.For the complete beginner you can not go wrong with a boxed set of, say, 24 sticks.The boxed set, which all units will receive shortly, contains 380 cards.Other makes such as Filia, Craypas and Guitar produce boxed sets.All display advertisements are covered but only boxed trader classified advertisements are included.boxed setOther makes such as Filia, Craypas and Guitar produce boxed sets.Rhino Records has been a steady source of worthy boxed sets.But I am not all that keen on boxed sets anyway.This superb boxed set is a once-in-a-lifetime souvenir of a universally loved sound.How about with a five-disc boxed set of mostly new material?For the complete beginner you can not go wrong with a boxed set of, say, 24 sticks.The boxed set, which all units will receive shortly, contains 380 cards.That film will come in an eight-tape boxed set, with each tape running about 75 minutes.