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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shingle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Covered with shingles: as, a shingled roof.
- Clincher-built; built with overlapping planks: as, shingled ships.
- Covered with shingle.
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Designed by Washington architect Jim Rill, the property recalls the shingled beach houses characteristic of New England.
A technology called shingled write can increase storage capacities to perhaps 2 Tbpsi and would not require major changes in HDD heads or media.
Protruding awkwardly above the much older buildings, the huge, prismlike shingled roof of the modern church overhangs a concrete patio bearing a seven-foot wooden cross.
To the left of the docks was the pavilion, an open wooden structure with a shingled roof and deck.
I figured I was entering the top of the brick portion of the tower, the area with the shingled roof that was surmounted by the clock.
Topped by a broad shingled asphalt roof and constructed from recovered timbers, the cabin is anchored by a Rumford fireplace that makes use of local stone.
Bacon plays a double role in this meatloaf: flavoring the mushrooms and the interior of the loaf, while forming a shingled crust on the outside.
A handsome and mysterious stranger, an Argentine illegal worker (Demian Gabriel) arrives by fishing boat, and connects with an assortment of eccentrics, most notably an older woman (Warhol superstar Viva) who occupies a rundown and secluded oceanfront compound of old style, grand, shingled houses and bungalows.
A steep shingled roof, shutters, a chain at the top where it could be hung.
When my children were young, we spent our summers at a shingled beach cottage on a narrow spit of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Mecox Bay, Long Island, dragging ourselves back to the city only when we absolutely had to.