Steepled Stee"pled (st[=e]"p'ld), a. Furnished with, or having the form of, a steeple; adorned with steeples. --Fairfax. [1913 Webster]

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  • steepled — stee·pled (stēʹpəld) adj. 1. Having steeples or a steeple: picturesque, steepled villages; a tiny, steepled church. 2. Steeply inclined: steepled roofs. * * * …   Universalium

  • steepled — steeple ► NOUN 1) a church tower and spire. 2) a spire on the top of a church tower or roof. DERIVATIVES steepled adjective. ORIGIN Old English, related to STEEP(Cf. ↑steepness) …   English terms dictionary

  • steepled — ˈstēpəld adjective Etymology: steeple (I) + ed : furnished with or having the form of a steeple : adorned with or as if with steeples a steepled hill …   Useful english dictionary

  • steepled — adjective see steeple …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • steepled — adjective a) having a steeple b) formed into the shape of a steeple …   Wiktionary

  • steepled — stee·pled || stɪːpld adj. having a steeple; having a steep incline …   English contemporary dictionary

  • steepled — stee·pled …   English syllables

  • steeple — steepled, adj. steepleless, adj. steeplelike, adj. /stee peuhl/, n., v., steepled, steepling. n. 1. an ornamental construction, usually ending in a spire, erected on a roof or tower of a church, public building, etc. 2. a tower terminating in… …   Universalium

  • steeple — noun Etymology: Middle English stepel, from Old English stēpel tower; akin to Old English stēap steep Date: before 12th century a tall structure usually having a small spire at the top and surmounting a church tower; broadly a whole church tower… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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