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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Daily life
powderedpow‧dered /ˈpaʊdəd $ -ərd/ adjective  1 Dproduced or sold in the form of a powder powdered milk2 Dcovered with powder
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powderedHis hair was white and powdered and long enough to be tied in a small black silk bow.Approximately equal amounts of each are powdered and mixed together thoroughly.You can also buy skimmed milk in powdered form.This could be done by mixing powdered jade with more palatable foods.Crilly fixes us up with a brown powdered lump upon the foil.I like the tea with its powdered milk.Some are intersected with elegant stripes or studded with radiant spots; others affect to be genteelly powdered or neatly fringed.Her lips were vivid, blackcurrant-red against her powdered white face.a powdered wig
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