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peaked

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
peakedpeak‧ed1 /ˈpiːkɪd/ adjective  MIDCB American English looking pale and ill syn peaky British English You’re looking a little peaked this morning.
Examples from the Corpus
peakedLooking back towards the Pan-Americana, the huge mud complex appeared ringed with peaked and desiccated mountains.He was wearing a peaked cap of brown leather and a long black overcoat.And her spectacles and peaked cap seem to add to the image of a beauty with brains.The policeman he spoke to stood with his hands on his hips, had grey hair showing beneath his peaked cap.He wore a heavy black coat, a maroon woollen scarf and a grey tweed peaked cap.Gold braid glowed on his peaked hat and epaulettes.Cappellitti - shaped like peaked hats and stuffed.The gin palaces are out, polished brass, blaring radios and peaked hats, and they don't care.a peaked roofYou're looking a little peaked this morning.
peakedpeaked2 /piːkt/ adjective British English  a peaked cap or hat has a flat curved part at the front above the eyes
Examples from the Corpus
peakedLooking back towards the Pan-Americana, the huge mud complex appeared ringed with peaked and desiccated mountains.He was wearing a peaked cap of brown leather and a long black overcoat.And her spectacles and peaked cap seem to add to the image of a beauty with brains.He wore a heavy black coat, a maroon woollen scarf and a grey tweed peaked cap.The policeman he spoke to stood with his hands on his hips, had grey hair showing beneath his peaked cap.Gold braid glowed on his peaked hat and epaulettes.Cappellitti - shaped like peaked hats and stuffed.The gin palaces are out, polished brass, blaring radios and peaked hats, and they don't care.

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