Definition of Portaled
1. portal [adj] - See also: portal
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Literary usage of Portaled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Medea of Euripides by Euripides, John Letcher Patterson (1894)
"Old nurse, for very near to the vestibule* Of the bi-portaled * mansion heard I the Groans within, nor am I glad of the suffering, Woman — her house is ..."
2. Book of the Artists: American Artist Life, Comprising Biographical and by Henry Theodore Tuckerman (1867)
"... gambrel-roofed. low-portaled, and massive house, wearing the appearance of a good old age. Here was the birthplace and early home of Gilbert Stuart. ..."
3. Graham's Magazine by George R. Graham, Edgar Allan Poe (1845)
"... or a snap will tell how futile are all hopes, especially of dragging a three-pound trout from beneath a shelving bank portaled by a twisted root. ..."
4. Modern Civic Art: Or, The City Made Beautiful by Charles Mulford Robinson (1903)
"... the many-portaled front of the Gare de 1'Est in Paris, and the station in Genoa with its enclosing arms are striking examples of the portal treatment. ..."
5. The New International Encyclopædia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1903)
"... give artistic :• nil to the openings cut in these masses taxed :!.р inventiveness of Romanesque artists, and led •" the new style of portaled doorways. ..."
6. Canadian Poets by John William Garvin (1916)
"... Builded by Herod, and bought with my gold, portaled and curtained with soft tapestries Woven at looms of the Orient, sold Down in Damascus. ..."
7. Poems by Edna Dean Proctor (1890)
"THE LAST INCA.a IN lone Caxamalca Pizarro awaits The moment the Inca shall enter its gates, His horsemen, his footmen, concealed in the halls, Wide-portaled ..."