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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ceil.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Canopied. See ceil, v.
- Provided with a ceiling.
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They range from the kitschy "La Maison Voyageurs," with a stuffed Bengali tiger, mock-tortoise sofa and giant live palm in the living room to the high-ceiled zen-white Maison Blanche, filled with only white furniture a Barcelona banquette by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a marble table by Florence Knoll and Plexiglas chairs by Philippe Starck.
Kiefer's show is awesome when the works are viewed individually as well as when viewed panoramically in Gagosian's benevolently high-ceiled West Chelsea space s.
The room, which was small and low-ceiled, was furnished with a heap of empty bottles piled up in one corner.
At that time his well-known establishment consisted of two dining-halls, at right angles to each other; long, narrow, low-ceiled rooms, looking respectively on the Rue Neuve-deRichelieu and the Place de la Sorbonne.
We also really, really need to get the loft ceiled and insulated; it costs money in winter and makes the house stifling hot in summer.
The rooms were large, ceiled with peeled poplar rods, and floored with split white pebbles set in clay.
There was a large, low-ceiled room, with clacking, rattling machines at which men in white shirt sleeves and blue gingham aprons were working.
Zanders led the way through a dark, somber hall, wide and high-ceiled, to a farther gate, where a second gateman, trifling with a large key, unlocked a barred door at his bidding.
It was a dreary, high-ceiled, four-square place, with a window looking out into Chestnut Street, and a second door leading off into somewhere — one had no idea where.
His ordeal took place in a large, low-ceiled room illuminated by five very plain, thin, two-armed gas-jets suspended from the ceiling and adorned by posters of prizefights, raffles, games, and the “Simon Pinski Pleasure Association” plastered here and there freely against dirty, long-unwhitewashed walls.
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