Definitions

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  • adj. designed (according to a form of architecture, or as if by an architect)

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Examples

  • And yet one arena I see the over-emphasis on craft in a lot of poetry is in thousands of examples of perfectly-architectured poems that say nothing.

    Taste Tests, Thomas Hardy, Peter Van Toorn and consistent reception

  • Mermaids drifted by on hovering platforms, their hair architectured to float above their heads.

    Wired

  • (Soundbite of Coldplay's "Violet Hil" l) COLDPLAY: (Singing) Was a long and dark December From the rooftops I remember There was snow White snow Clearly I remember From the windows they were watching While we froze down below When the future's architectured By a carnival of idiots on show You'd better lie low ...

    Coldplay, Katy Perry and More New Releases

  • So each book is a house, an architectured construct of rooms and corridors, written by the glow of a flashlight darting here and there to pick out the solidity of walls, ceiling and floor … or the blackness where such solidity is disturbingly, impossibly absent, where there is only mystery.

    Top Three Reads - 2004

  • Think of a poem and a MOO space as architectured space.

    Living Inside the Poem: MOOs and Blake's Milton

  • Remnants of what he had been, lost in her embrace, continued to hold sway like beautifully architectured ruins on a bloody battlefield.

    The Miko

  • From our modestly architectured porch we look out upon the broad, far-stretching valley of the Mississippi.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2 No 4, October, 1862 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

  • Apple Apps store and we have architectured many of them.

    Chilling Effects Clearinghouse Notices

  • The costumes, so intricately designed, evoke the feel of 18th century Europe, and the sets, so cleverly architectured, succeed in capturing the grand scale of the opera houses.

    All About My Movies.

  • "WordPress was born out of a desire for an elegant, well-architectured personal publishing system built on PHP and MySQL and licensed under the GPL," according to the site.

    Mashable!

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