Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of steeple.

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Examples

  • He paused, steepling his fingers, then answered carefully.

    The Velvet Reformation

  • From inside, however, one can't fail to be impressed by the steepling stands, space and light.

    Olympic year is almost here – but are we ready for it? | Owen Gibson

  • I fidgeted in my seat as Dr. Blackwell sat down opposite me, steepling his hands beneath his chin as he watched me from across his desk.

    Haven

  • He paused, steepling his fingers, then answered carefully.

    The Velvet Reformation

  • He tried to sweep his fourth delivery from the tall off‑spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, was undone by the extra bounce obtained by the bowler and by his own frenetic state of mind, and succeeded only in steepling a top edge in the direction of backward square leg.

    Kevin Pietersen lives the dream in India to end England year on a high

  • I fidgeted in my seat as Dr. Blackwell sat down opposite me, steepling his hands beneath his chin as he watched me from across his desk.

    Haven

  • I fidgeted in my seat as Dr. Blackwell sat down opposite me, steepling his hands beneath his chin as he watched me from across his desk.

    Haven

  • I fidgeted in my seat as Dr. Blackwell sat down opposite me, steepling his hands beneath his chin as he watched me from across his desk.

    Haven

  • Rivaling South Africa for the title of best seam-bowling attack, the home team is led by the skiddy James Anderson , who has the rare skill of being able to move the ball in either direction at will, and backed by impressive newcomer Chris Tremlett , whose steepling bounce endangers both batsmen's wickets and their fingers.

    Can England Rain on India's Parade?

  • Curtly "speak to no man" Ambrose destroyed most of his adversaries with his brooding mien and steepling pace.

    If England become world No1 they must develop the attitude to dominate | Kevin Mitchell

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