Definition of Alcoved

1. Adjective. (sometimes in combination) Having (a specified type or number of) alcoves ¹



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Definition of Alcoved

1. alcove [adj] - See also: alcove

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alcoved

alcoholophobia
alcohols
alcoholyses
alcoholysis
alcohometry
alcolock
alcolocks
alcool
alcoometry
alcopop
alcopops
alcorza
alcorzas
alcos
alcove
alcoved (current term)
alcoves
alcuronium
alcuronium chloride
alcyonacea
alcyonaria
alcyonarian
alcyonarians
alcyones
alcyonic
alcyonium
alcyoniums
alcyonoid
alcyonoids
aldactazide

Literary usage of Alcoved

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1. Papers and Proceedings of the ... General Meeting of the American Library by General Meeting, American Library Association (1909)
"And so I close with a tribute of affection to the five-foot shelf, to the literary penates of one's own home, to the alcoved recesses of the college library ..."

2. Reminiscences of Candia by Wilson Palmer (1905)
"And you have read the huddled tomes Of many an alcoved shelf; But have you stood beneath ... Why should I listen to a man Who listens at the alcoved shelf? ..."

3. A Tramp Abroad by Mark. Twain (1880)
"These rambling, swaybacked tunnels are very attractive things, with their alcoved outlooks upon the lovely and inspiriting water. They contain two or three ..."

4. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1883)
"As the alcoved bed in our large oak-panelled room was a mere detail not to be observed, we had our dinner to ourselves, and then sallied forth into the ..."

5. Popular Science Monthly (1912)
"The beds were separated by low, wooden partitions which were portable, making the alcoved recesses part of one large hall at will, so that when mass was ..."

6. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1899)
"... Public Library and its long stack, the Newark building with its detached stacks and alcoved reading-rooms, and the Prendergast Library at Jamestown. ..."

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