vizored

vizor

[vahy-zer]
noun, verb (used with object)

vizorless, adjective
unvizored, adjective
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visor or vizor (ˈvaɪzə)
 
n
1.  a transparent flap on a helmet that can be pulled down to protect the face
2.  a piece of armour fixed or hinged to the helmet to protect the face and with slits for the eyes
3.  another name for peak
4.  a small movable screen used as protection against glare from the sun, esp one attached above the windscreen of a motor vehicle
5.  archaic, literary or a mask or any other means of disguise or concealment
 
vb
6.  (tr) to cover, provide, or protect with a visor; shield
 
[C14: from Anglo-French viser, from Old French visiere, from vis face; see visage]
 
vizor or vizor
 
n
 
vb
 
[C14: from Anglo-French viser, from Old French visiere, from vis face; see visage]
 
'visored or vizor
 
adj
 
'vizored or vizor
 
adj
 
'visorless or vizor
 
adj
 
'vizorless or vizor
 
adj

vizor (ˈvaɪzə)
 
n, —vb
a variant spelling of visor

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