from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Decorated with murals or a mural: muraled halls.
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- adj. Decorated with a mural.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Made into a mural crown.
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He is thought to have fled the comfort of these muraled walls shortly after the air war began.
A crystal chandelier hung from the ceiling, which was high enough to accommodate full-scale muraled walls.
Ahead was emerging from between a Corvette and a big muraled van.
Her face1 against the wall, which was muraled with lilies, made him remember Egypt.
The ball's tattoo, against the moving spokes, gathers a long, scratchy resonance here in the muraled space.
Trevelyan moved between the muraled walls and the carved doors and waiscots until he found the place he was looldng for.
I was brought back to two separate times, the first being my initial meeting with Onan, when I saw the muraled dome, the genetics of history, and its depiction of the events which were symbolically representative of Daem: the deformed man, the warring races, the worshipers of the White Eagle.
He then beckoned for me to follow him, and turned and walked to the center of the platform, where he unexpectedly laid down on his back, facing the muraled dome.
This cozy space seems ready to be a neighborhood stop for family Italian in Oak Hill, with verdant muraled walls, a bar bristling with wine bottles and a twinkle-lit wooden deck.
And to hear the New York Post's remaining batty old gossipeuse Cindy Adams tell it, Carter's new uptown venture, the be-muraled Monkey Bar, is basically as exclusive as the Red Lobster on a Tuesday afternoon: