1. used especially of front teeth having (artificial) crowns; - Example: "capped teeth gave her a beautiful smile"
2. covered as if with a cap or crown especially of a specified kind; - Example: "cloud-capped mountains" - Example: "brown-capped mushrooms" - Example: "snow-capped peaks"
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Cap \Cap\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Capped; p. pr. & vb. n.
1. To cover with a cap, or as with a cap; to provide with a
cap or cover; to cover the top or end of; to place a cap
upon the proper part of; as, to cap a post; to cap a gun.
The bones next the joint are capped with a smooth
cartilaginous substance. --Derham.
2. To deprive of cap. [Obs.] --Spenser.
3. To complete; to crown; to bring to the highest point or
consummation; as, to cap the climax of absurdity.
4. To salute by removing the cap. [Slang. Eng.]
Tom . . . capped the proctor with the profoundest of
5. To match; to mate in contest; to furnish a complement to;
as, to cap text; to cap proverbs. --Shak.
Now I have him under girdle I'll cap verses with him
to the end of the chapter. --Dryden.
Note: In capping verses, when one quotes a verse another must
cap it by quoting one beginning with the last letter of
the first letter, or with the first letter of the last
word, or ending with a rhyming word, or by applying any
other arbitrary rule may be agreed upon.
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):
adj 1: used especially of front teeth having (artificial)
crowns; "capped teeth gave her a beautiful smile"
2: covered as if with a cap or crown especially of a specified
kind; "cloud-capped mountains"; "brown-capped mushrooms";