[ UK /tˈeɪld/ ]
[ US /ˈteɪɫd/ ]
[ US /ˈteɪɫd/ ]
- having a tail of a specified kind; often used in combination
How To Use tailed In A Sentence
- Carry out detailed market research before committing financial and staff resources to new products or services.
- This latest fly is based on an earlier marabou tailed damsel nymph that was weighted down with lead wire.
- They had a detailed discussion of the issues.
- Overhead, a mewing cry announced the passing of a white-tailed sea eagle, which was being mobbed by agitated gulls.
- Irvine has presented a detailed analysis of the controversy regarding the role of these two inositol phosphates in regulating calcium entry.
- See the labs section for detailed information about each lab.
- Granted, we have reams of remote sensing data from that first investigation, including the information from the detailed dissection of the spider biot done by Dr. Laura Ernst. But the cosmonauts brought home only one artifact, a tiny piece of some kind of biomechanical flower whose physical characteristics had already irreversibly changed before any of its mysteries could be understood, We have nothing else in the way of souvenirs from that first excursion. Rama Revisited
- The rear sights are dovetailed to allow for windage adjustments.
- The poem, in Italian, is an extended or "tailed" sonnet, with a coda of six lines appended to the standard 14. Archive 2010-01-01
- Many constitutions require that basic rights can be curtailed only if less onerous measures are not available.