from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Ground on which tiles are made: as, the palace of the Tuileries in Paris was so named from standing on what was once a tile-field.
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French of Amiens is the kingly and courtly form of Christian speech, Paris lying yet in Lutetian clay, to develope into tile-field, perhaps, in due time.
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