1. covered with feathers
  2. (rowing) having the blades of oars or propellers parallel to the direction of motion
  3. (engineering, manufacturing) of a finely bevelled edge
  4. (Appalachian) badly beaten
  5. (in combination) Having a specific type or number of feathers.
    a blue-feathered bird
  6. (poetic) Swift, like the flight of a feathered creature.
Translations Verb
  1. Simple past tense and past participle of feather

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