from The Century Dictionary.

  • Furnished with balusters.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Having balusters.


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  • In the foyer Yum Yum discovered the balustered staircase and ran up and down like a pianist practicing scales.

    The Cat Who Moved A Mountain

  • She was gazing in wonder at the foyer's amber leather walls and grand staircase, extravagantly wide and elaborately balustered.

    The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare

  • It is of dark red brick with stone courses, and a tall slate roof behind its balustered parapet.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878

  • A sudden desire to look at the topmost shelves made her cross to the great step-ladder and climb to its balustered pulpit.

    Anthony Lyveden

  • A slim-balustered staircase, wide and shallow and once creamy-white, climbed out of it under a long oval window.

    Actions and Reactions

  • In the face of the wind, which was blowing with force, Madame ascended to the highest point of the chateau, the platform of the lantern called Fleur-de-Lis at the end of the famous double balustered staircase.

    The Duchess of Berry and the Court of Charles X

  • At once she hastened towards the balustered steps that led from the terrace to the orchard.

    Samuel Brohl and Company


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