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- adj. Having panels.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of panel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Decorated with panels or wainscoting; -- used of walls.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. fitted or decorated with panels or wainscoting
To balance out the light shades, I installed an entire wall full of dark cherry-stained wood cabinets with leaded-glass inserts, and installed other dark-wood details such as paneled bulkheads and crown molding.
Five Finger Death Punch: War Is the Answer would be dope if they "paneled" peaches. they'd have mushy peas flying out of their ...
The amphitheater, which is paneled in maple wood strips, can be closed off behind a 16-foot-wide garage door, an homage to the site's former incarnation as a parking facility.
The walls are paneled, the concrete floor is covered in pine shavings, and the beamed ceiling is two stories high.
"Ask yourselves what you can do for America," Mr. Obama said during a 35-minute speech to a packed house in the Chamber's wood-paneled Hall of Flags.
Finally we entered what looked like an oversize, paneled study with a stone fireplace on one side, a wall-mounted television in the corner, and bookshelves taking up the opposite wall.
It smelled like stale beer, and the walls were paneled in something that was supposed to pass for wood but looked more like plastic.
“I thought something had happened to you,” Sam exploded, once we were inside the paneled room.
Paul crouched in the corner of the paneled office, leaning against the wall, like a person folded up on himself.
The entrance foyer has stunning marble floors, the dining and living rooms have 11' ceilings and the 13th floor features a wood paneled library and three master suites.