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figured

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfiguredfig‧ured /ˈfɪɡəd $ ˈfɪɡjərd/ adjective [only before noun] formal  DECORATEdecorated with a small pattern
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figuredThe fireplace held a gas fire; the walls were a figured cream paper: the three-piece suite of maroon uncut moquette.This system of coding figured, for example, in a number of the scrolls found at Qumran.The green fireplace, with the black clock with angels, the dressing-table and figured mirror, the four-poster bed.In contrast, leading figured mosaics from other parts of the province have sober designs which usually illustrate an individual scene.Certainly, it is unlikely to have been the only figured panel in the mosaic.In the west of the province, there are no centrally placed and dominant single figures, or figured scenes.The distinctively figured wood facing the wings on both back and front is an unusual choice of yew.
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