Definition of tuxedoed in US English:



North American
  • See tuxedo

    • ‘Gowned and tuxedoed patrons fill the halls to get a preview of the new ‘Riches of India ‘exhibit.’’
    • ‘The earliest print included, Midsummer's Night Mare, pictures a tuxedoed Dali, his hands on a sheep, as host to a hallucinatory gathering in a nocturnal forest.’
    • ‘On the 10th December the anniversary of the death of Alfred Nobel, two thousand dignitaries, tuxedoed and gowned, gather in the Stockholm Concert Hall.’
    • ‘The two fighters prepare to square off, as a tuxedoed ring announcer shouts into a microphone: ‘Ladies and gentlemen!’’
    • ‘The 1929 Chicago Book of Achievement published a photograph of Smith, seated, dressed in a tuxedo with a baton resting on his lap, surrounded by thirteen tuxedoed men, all carefully posed, instruments in hand.’