Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Furnished with aisles.

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  • adjective Furnished with an aisle or aisles.

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  • adjective Having aisles.

Etymologies

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aisle +‎ -ed

Examples

  • 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 Ground Plan of the English Parish Church

  • 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.

    The Name of Systembolaget's Game

  • 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.

    Doing Ikea One Better

  • In the narrow aisled shops, open buckets of candied plums and orange peels beckon while the grocery ladies glare.

    American Chinatown

  • In the narrow aisled shops, open buckets of candied plums and orange peels beckon while the grocery ladies glare.

    American Chinatown

  • The older gentleman with the receding hairline behind the counter always appreciated seeing me come in and browse his two or three aisled establishment.

    Barbershop Diaries, Volume 1, Issue 1

  • The aisled rotunda al­l­owed early pilgrims to walk about Mo­hammed's rock under a dome and col­on­nade.

    Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem (661-91) - beautiful colours, splendid proportions

  • In the narrow aisled shops, open buckets of candied plums and orange peels beckon while the grocery ladies glare.

    American Chinatown

  • The aisled rotunda al­l­owed early pilgrims to walk about Mo­hammed's rock under a dome and col­on­nade.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • In the narrow aisled shops, open buckets of candied plums and orange peels beckon while the grocery ladies glare.

    American Chinatown

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