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tufted

[tuhf-tid]
adjective
1.
furnished or decorated with tufts.
2.
formed into or growing in a tuft or tufts.

Origin:
1600–10; tuft + -ed3

untufted, adjective
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tufted (ˈtʌftɪd)
 
adj
1.  having a tuft or tufts
2.  (of plants or plant parts) having or consisting of one or more groups of short branches all arising at the same level

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tuft
late 14c., perhaps from O.Fr. touffe "tuft of hair," either from L.L. tufa "a kind of crest on a helmet" (also found in Late Gk. toupha), or from a Gmc. source (cf. O.H.G. zopf, O.N. toppr "tuft, summit," see top (1)).
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