• (adj): Shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort).
    Example: "A shaped handgrip"
    Synonyms: molded, wrought
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on shaped:

Tesson - Sights - The St. Grégoire (Saint Gregory) Church
... The arches are decorated with diamond shaped motifs ... south wall of the nave was pierced, under two arches, with two openings, one clover-shaped, the other moon-shaped ...
T-shaped Molecular Geometry
... In chemistry, T-shaped molecular geometry describes the structures adopted by some compounds where a central atom has three ligands ... Example of a T-shaped molecules are the halogen trifluorides, such as ClF3 ... According to VSEPR theory T-shaped geometry results from three ligands and two lone pairs of electrons bonded to the central atom (known in AXE notation as AX3E2) ...
Phyllodontosuchus - History and Description
... The following twelve were leaf- or spade-shaped, with fine crenelations on the trailing edge ... and the coarse denticles (smaller points) of leaf-shaped ornithischian and prosauropod teeth in general ... middle and posterior teeth, which could have been the ancestral state for the leaf-shaped teeth of Phyllodontosuchus ...
Long-thumbed Frog - Physical Description
... It is grey or brown with abnormal shaped darker patches or irregular spots, and in most individuals a butterfly-shaped patch between the eyes ... Grass Frog (Limnodynastes tasmaniensis) from which it can be distinguished by the larger irregular shaped blotches ...
Butterfly Stingaree
... This species is characterized by a diamond-shaped pectoral fin disc much wider than long, and a rather short tail terminating in a leaf-shaped caudal fin, as well as ... There is a skirt-shaped flap of skin between its nostrils ...

More definitions of "shaped":

  • (adj): Having the shape of.
    Example: "A square shaped playing field"

Famous quotes containing the word shaped:

    The future which we hold in trust for our own children will be shaped by our fairness to other people’s children.
    Marian Wright Edelman (20th century)

    The route through childhood is shaped by many forces, and it differs for each of us. Our biological inheritance, the temperament with which we are born, the care we receive, our family relationships, the place where we grow up, the schools we attend, the culture in which we participate, and the historical period in which we live—all these affect the paths we take through childhood and condition the remainder of our lives.
    Robert H. Wozniak (20th century)

    Raising a daughter is an extremely political act in this culture. Mothers have been placed in a no-win situation with their daughters: if they teach their daughters simply how to get along in a world that has been shaped by men and male desires, then they betray their daughters’ potential But, if they do not, they leave their daughters adrift in a hostile world without survival strategies.
    Elizabeth Debold (20th century)