Definition of Galleried

1. Adjective. Having a gallery structure, particularly in the form of a covered passage supported by columns, or arches. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Galleried

1. gallery [v] - See also: gallery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Galleried

gallbladder emptying
gallbladder fossa
gallbladder scan
gallbladders
galled
gallein
galleins
galleon
galleons
galleot
galleots
galleria
gallerias
galleried (current term)
galleries
gallerina
gallerinas
gallerist
gallerists
gallery
gallery forest
gallery organ
gallerygoer
gallerygoers
gallerying
galleryite
galleryites
gallerylike

Literary usage of Galleried

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1. Church Design for Congregations: Its Developments and Possibilities by James Cubitt (1870)
"The general Condemnation of galleried Churches—Good Reasons, in much Modern Work, for its Condemnation—The Frequency, nevertheless, of Galleries in fine ..."

2. The Old Inns of Old England: A Picturesque Account of the Ancient and by Charles George Harper (1906)
"... done in this sole ancient survivor of the old Southwark galleried inns, and to note that, however harshly fate, as personified by rapacious landlords, ..."

3. London Souvenirs by Charles William Heckethorn (1900)
"... we shall confine ourselves to the description of one peculiarly characteristic sort of them, namely, the taverns with galleried courtyards, and, ..."

4. Management Desk Alliance/Leicest by HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society (1886)
"of free-standing, or at most only partially covered, dolmens, to be radically distinguished from the galleried sepulchral chambers, and their later ..."

5. American Notes for General Circulation by Charles Dickens (1842)
"The interior of the cathedral is stalled and galleried ; the music is surpassingly fine ; the ladies exquisitely beautiful in their newest spring fashions, ..."

6. The English Illustrated Magazine (1901)
"There is a new White Hart on the spot now, but all the old associations connected with the hostelry vanished when the old galleried courtyard disappeared. ..."

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