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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
studdedstud‧ded /ˈstʌdɪd/ adjective  1 DCdecorated with a lot of studs or small jewels etc studded leather jackets a diamond-studded watchstudded with a belt studded with jewels2 covered or filled with a lot of somethingstudded with The sky was clear and studded with stars. star-studded
Examples from the Corpus
studdedShe was pretty, with freckles, wearing a bright blue tracksuit with a white and gold studded belt.The new studded boots gave his players poise and confidence and were a vital factor in their 3-1 win.She wears a pink suede jacket with a studded fringe which she takes great care to hang.studded leather bootsHe wades in among the pair of them, grabs their studded leather collars and starts yanking them away.His joint was taken from his hand by a man in his forties with a studded leather jacket flung across his lap.His cheek pressed against the studded metal.Suitable for kitchens only, quarry tiles or studded rubber are both attractive and hardwearing.studded withThe island is studded with white sand beaches.
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