antlered

[ant-lerd]
adjective
1.
having antlers.
2.
decorated with antlers.

Origin:
1810–20; antler + -ed3

unantlered, adjective
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Example sentences
Males use their horns in aggressive encounters reminiscent of battles between
  horned or antlered mammals.
The annual antlered deer bag limit is one deer for archery and muzzleloader
  seasons combined.
Hunters who take one antlerless deer then one antlered deer may take another
  antlerless deer if time permits.
The bag limit is one antlered deer for all archery and firearms seasons
  combined on these areas.
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