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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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uniformedu‧ni‧formed /ˈjuːnəfɔːmd $ -ɔːr-/ adjective  DCCwearing a uniform uniformed police officers
Examples from the Corpus
uniformedThey declared: ... were involuntary witnesses of wholly unnecessary violence inflicted by uniformed Blackshirts on interrupters.But that was the uniformed branch's pigeon, not his.Cops happened by, two casual burly uniformed cops.A uniformed doorman smiled in welcome and confirmed Miss van Ryneveld was expecting her.a uniformed guardHe told the operator where he was, what he had found, and asked for two more uniformed men.Opening the front door of the flat, she came face to face with an out-of-breath uniformed policeman.However, the uniformed, sixteen-legged crocodile was an easy target for ridicule.Other uniformed staff have moved to new Portacabin.
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