Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Supported or ornamented by pillars; resembling a pillar, or pillars.
- adj. having pillars
- pillar + -ed (“forming past and past participle of verb”) (Wiktionary)
“The reception was chattering away in the large formal area upstairs known as the pillared crowing-room.”
“Out from this court they walked through a kind of pillared cloister, and the façades of the house as they passed on, were beautiful in pure simplicity of line; so white, they seemed to turn the sun on them to moonlight; so jewelled with bands and plaques of lovely tiles, that they were like snowy shoulders of a woman hung with necklaces of precious stones.”
“Hand in hand they ran down the path to the tree-pillared room.”
“And we encountered other men, fiercer, bigger, who faced us on the beaches in open fight, showering us with spears and arrows, while the great tree drums and the little tom-toms rumbled and rattled war across the tree-filled hollows, and all the hills were pillared with signal - smokes.”
“In my palace, I leave Medusa and my mother behind and pass through a pillared hall of shadows.”
“Sitka Charley, looking back, saw the pillared smoke of their fire, and guessed.”
“They came to see his pillared legs, the jagged silicon penumbra of his collar bone, links of chain that merged with the tendons of his wrists.”
“Passengers off the Cremyll ferry stroll in the park beneath holm oaks and pass a pillared temple.”
“It was a square-pillared bungalow, clapboard and shake, the color of yellow gingham, with a steep pitched roof and a porch that looked out over a frigid but tranquil bay of brackish water.”
“In the center of the pillared gazebo-like structure beneath the opening in the roof is a pool of swirling meta-liquids.”
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