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  • adj. Covered with pantiles.


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pantile +‎ -ed


  • Once you get past the all-pervading weekend cottaging atmosphere of red-brick and pantiled Orford, the waterfront still reminds us of why it's all really here.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Hardly distinguishable from an extra chimney in a valley formed by pantiled roofs of a mauntery.

    Son of a Witch

  • A muddied seagull lighting down on a pantiled roof … a tangle of bicycle frames strapped like a teetering crown to the cab of a market van … an iron kettle thrust from a third-floor window and raining water onto a box of blue and white azaleas.

    Heaven Lake

  • It was a lovely old property with a pantiled roof and six acres of land.


  • The red pantiled roof leapt out of its grey and green background like a spilt pot of paint on a Berber carpet.

    Conferences are Murder

  • Cold air blew unevenly over him from the Japanese air conditioner, while outside the window the general's house and the brown pantiled roofs of Chang-sha lay baking in moist sizzling heat.

    The Speaker Of Mandarin

  • A tongue of flame streaked out from beneath the pantiled roof and a long barn door fell outwards with a crash followed by a gust of smoke and sparks.

    Cargo of Eagles

  • An open-fronted cart shed, whose pantiled roof was dangerously decayed, provided a little shelter and he sat for some time listening to the faint lap of the stream punctured by the hunting call of brown owls in the elms which bordered the road.

    Cargo of Eagles

  • To the west, red pantiled roofs formed a red curtain over the steep slope. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Strangers say hello; little independent shops sell toys, wicker baskets and sit-up-and-beg bicycles; people chatter over morning coffee - all in a world overlooked by ochre houses, pantiled eaves and the flinty ruins of a castle.

    The Guardian World News


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