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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhelmetedhel‧met‧ed /ˈhelmɪtɪd/ adjective  DCCTTwearing a helmet
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helmetedTheir riders were helmeted and sinister behind dark goggles and black leather.Behind him, a winged, helmeted figure leans on a cruciform, phallic-looking sword.Identifying him from among the helmeted figures strapped into the cars had proved impossible.This was in the year when, as a youthful and helmeted fire-watcher, I patrolled the streets at home in Cardiff.He could see their helmeted heads among the maize stalks.The big difference was the large number of helmeted policemen.Its barrel, pointed by a helmeted soldier, is sticking into the chest of a worker in overalls.
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