English version

horned

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
hornedhorned /hɔːnd $ hɔːrnd/ adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HBAhaving horns or something that looks like horns πŸ”Š horned cattle πŸ”Š a horned toad
Examples from the Corpus
hornedβ€’ It is being driven forward by a horned deity at the rear, armed with a long spear.β€’ Protagonists of the warm-blooded theory will show some of the horned dinosaurs charging over the Cretaceous plains like furious reptilian rhinoceroses!β€’ But horned dinosaurs had more bends in each joint, and were more rhino-like.β€’ Others shook their horned heads and looked - Brenda thought - very angry.β€’ To the brow of its great horned helm was welded the Circlet of Iron.β€’ That warlock was a bloated, horned hermaphrodite draped in bilious green skin.β€’ a horned owlβ€’ The Polled Lincoln Red is now absorbing the horned type.β€’ The great Blue Boar inn was a half-stone tavern mansion, its glazed horned windows stared out over the market place.
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