Definitions

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  • adj. Having panels.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of panel.

Etymologies

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From panel +‎ -ed.

Examples

  • The walls were relieved with bands of blue and white bunting in panelled effects.

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  • I had heard from Marmaduke Bannerworth some slight allusion to concealing the money behind a picture that was in a bed-room called the panelled chamber.

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  • When we moved in to this house eight years ago the hall, to our complete mystification as to why, was "panelled" in rush matting up to shoulder height.

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  • The walls and ceiling were of oiled and panelled redwood.

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  • This, apparently, was the very room from which Monet painted his celebrated views of the Thames and the Houses of Parliament, hung in (acceptable) reproduction around the walls of the pretty, panelled sitting room.

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  • Historically, it's been dominated by old men tasting wine in wood-panelled libraries, speaking with a little Locust Valley lockjaw (if you know what I mean, Lovey).

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  • William Nicholson, co-writer of Gladiator, has set his new play in the panelled hall of a country mansion decorated with Damien Hirst dots, Allen Jones-style fetish furniture and Mark Knopfler's guitar.

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  • Not only will they gain you some storage—a shallow closet can hold bed linens or china and glass—but pretty panelled doors will give you that substantial feeling you want in a home.

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  • He stepped out into the cabin, with its panelled walls of cedar and maple, and with its long table that seated ten, and at which he had eaten by himself through all the weary time.

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  • These micro-lodges are best described as oversized, hollowed-out tree trunks sat on their sides, panelled inside with antique pine and made into a cosy little tunnel-shaped abode.

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