pied[ pahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF pied
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PIED
"It was a good hostel, that of the 'Pied Merlin,'" he remarked.
The music of the pied piper was still in his ears; twisting his brain.
He wanted to go out and get pied; but when I told him about his boy, he begun to cry.
We had told our two boatmen to pull us out to the Pied Witch!
The Himalayan pied kingfisher (Ceryle lugubris) is a bird as large as a crow.
He is somewhat larger than a blackbird, and pied like a magpie.
So they had to come, the arrogant Americans; they had to swarm like rats to the pied piper.
He would have fiddled the children of Hamelin away from the Pied Piper.
On its way to the standing-galley Tilbury's notice got pied.
Its pied plumage is very pretty, but its note is a melancholy one.