ivied [ahy-veed] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. covered or overgrown with ivy: ivied walls.

Origin of ivied First recorded in 1765–75; ivy + -ed3 Examples from the Web for ivied Historical Examples of ivied

  • He could look down on its twisted chimneys and ivied walls as he sat.

    The Romance of His Life

    Mary Cholmondeley

  • Philip paused a while at the corner, by the ivied cottage, admiring it silently.

    The British Barbarians

    Grant Allen

  • A little snow is sifted lightly on branch, and grass, and ivied wall.

    Mrs. Geoffrey


  • He crossed the lawn and turned into the Long Walk by the ivied walls.

    The Secret Garden

    Frances Hodgson Burnett

  • The hooting and wheeling of the old owls in the ivied tower was a link of life.

    Turns of Fortune

    Mrs. S. C. Hall

  • British Dictionary definitions for ivied ivied adjective

    1. covered with ivy
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