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- adj. Having aisles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with an aisle or aisles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Furnished with aisles.
Thus Augustine and his companions contented themselves in most instances with a plan which recalled the aisled basilica, without following out its more elaborate details.
The old pharmacy-style outlets have been largely replaced by aisled stores, and the monopoly maintains its popularity by stocking browsable shelves with whimsically named microbrews, obscure single-malt Scotches and wines from every continent you can think of.
Customers line up outside its wide-aisled, brightly lit store in Fuchu, a Tokyo suburb, before it opens, and cars wait to get into the parking lot on the weekends.
The older gentleman with the receding hairline behind the counter always appreciated seeing me come in and browse his two or three aisled establishment.
The aisled rotunda allowed early pilgrims to walk about Mohammed's rock under a dome and colonnade.
In the narrow aisled shops, open buckets of candied plums and orange peels beckon while the grocery ladies glare.
Or Sondra halloing gayly for him to come on, or the two of them laughing and chatting a hundred yards ahead in some concealed chapel of the aisled trees where he could not see them.
Shaalan in his aisled tent brought out a file of documents and asked which British pledge was to be believed.
In the fifth century A.D., the coastal shrine to Maron, whose configuration remains unknown, was replaced with a splendid three-aisled basilica, measuring 178 by 66 feet and including a forecourt, with galleries on an upper story.
In the little single-aisled church of the hospice, under its squat tower, it was dim and chill, and very silent.
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