Synonyms for Cropped:

adj.

diminished (adjective)
depleted, abbreviated, truncated, lessened, condensed, removed, compressed, Dwindled, deducted, reduced, shrunken, Lightened, dropped, cut, Leached, decreased, clipped, decremented, lowered, downgraded, eroded, concentrated, mowed, diminished, Pared, Bobbed, drained, docked, shaved, tapered, trimmed, pruned, Compacted, abridged, sheared, Curtailed, shortened, contracted, weeded, Receded, Nipped, deflated.
reduced (adjective)
abbreviated, Discounted, Depreciated, diminished, abridged, drained, deflated, lowered, subtracted, contracted, lessened, Nipped, Pared, compressed, docked, shortened, Bobbed, reduced, sheared, Snubbed, Elided, removed, deducted, Curtailed, decreased, eroded, shaved, weeded, bated, Deleted, pruned, cut, trimmed, mowed, clipped.

n.

cropped (noun)
close-cropped, planted, lopped off, clipped, docked, pruned, lopped.

v.

diminished (verb)
shrunk, minimized, Shrank.
rejected (verb)
Trashed, Disclaimed, cut, Emitted, discarded, abandoned, erupted, vented, Disallowed, Belched, Excluded, lopped, chopped, Exuded, rejected, Sniped, Eliminated, Ejaculated, barred, Culled, discharged, Excreted, Disgorged, Ejected, Vomited, jettisoned, exhausted, Secreted, clipped, checked, blacklisted, Oppugned, deep-sixed, Curtailed, seeped, evacuated, disapproved, Denied, sheared, Excised, scraped, shedded, jilted, Spewed, junked, drained, Blackballed.
subtracted (verb)
diminished, Depreciated, decreased, weeded, abridged, Discounted, cut, lessened, clipped, shaved, Elided, Deleted, subtracted, lowered, docked, deducted, sheared, Curtailed, reduced, trimmed, Pared, Bobbed, pruned.

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Other relevant words:
close-cropped, planted.

Usage examples for cropped

  1. He passed his hand over his cropped iron- grey head. – The Red Planet by William J. Locke
  2. Their hair is long, straight, and coarse, though it is generally cropped short round the head. – The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes by Tomás de Comyn Fedor Jagor Rudolf Ludwig Carl Virchow Charles Wilkes
  3. Her eyes wandered vaguely from the face of the messenger of evil, first up to the sky, then down to the cropped and trodden veldt. – Jess by H. Rider Haggard