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hooped

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhoopedhooped /huːpt/ adjective British English  in the shape of a hoop, or containing something in the shape of a hoop hooped earrings
Examples from the Corpus
hoopedShe put a hand up and took the hooped band out of her hair and shook it.Buddie always wore a hooped ear-ring in one ear and a chain around his neck decorated with the teeth of strange animals.Bellends: extended porches with a single hooped pole at both ends.The front bellend uses an extra hooped pole which extends the flysheet forward giving ample room for storage.Two long poles which cross as the apex and two shorter, hooped poles which provide height and stability to the ends.
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