Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having a cupola.

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  • adjective Having one or more cupolas

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Examples

  • Forming a rough semicircle, and with a bounty of gilt-cupolaed churches, they and other nearby towns acquired a collective name: the Golden Ring.

    Escape to Old Russia

  • Forming a rough semicircle, and with a bounty of gilt-cupolaed churches, they and other nearby towns acquired a collective name: the Golden Ring.

    Escape to Old Russia

  • On the other side, three stores, then the courthouse — a cupolaed white frame building set back from the road with a patchy lawn in front — then four more storefronts, two of them brick.

    Cold Mountain

  • On the other side, three stores, then the courthouse -- a cupolaed white frame building set back from the road with a patchy lawn in front -- then four more storefronts, two of them brick.

    Cold Mountain

  • When the station wagon swung onto the lane, entering the property of Hopeworth Farm for the first time, Luz glanced ahead to the right, seeking and finding the cupolaed roofs of the stables and barns.

    The Glory Game

  • When the station wagon swung onto the lane, entering the property of Hopeworth Farm for the first time, Luz glanced ahead to the right, seeking and finding the cupolaed roofs of the stables and barns.

    The Glory Game

  • When the station wagon swung onto the lane, entering the property of Hopeworth Farm for the first time, Luz glanced ahead to the right, seeking and finding the cupolaed roofs of the stables and barns.

    The Glory Game

  • Within the garden, slate walks and paths of red brick wound through the landscaping, and in the garden's center was a small round outbuilding of citron marble, cupolaed and columned, gossamer hangings stirring in the breeze at its windows and archways.

    Conan The Unconquered

  • Within the garden, slate walks and paths of red brick wound through the landscaping, and in the garden's center was a small round outbuilding of citron marble, cupolaed and columned, gossamer hangings stirring in the breeze at its windows and archways.

    Conan The Unconquered

  • But it is entirely possible to teach the child too thoroughly in this respect and to make him so fond of his jingling pennies safe within a yellow crockery pig or iron cupolaed mansion that be will not spend them for any object, however laudable.

    Study of Child Life

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