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studded

adjective uk   /ˈstʌd.ɪd/ us  
made with metal studs fixed into the surface in a pattern: a studded dog collar/leather jacketDecorations added to clothes studded with sth literary If something is studded with many objects of the same type, those objects are arranged regularly across it, or across the surface of it: a baked ham studded with cloves Elaine looked up at the black, velvety sky studded with tiny, twinkling stars.Covering and adding layers
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