Definition of Pantiles

1. Noun. (plural of pantile) ¹



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Definition of Pantiles

1. pantile [n] - See also: pantile

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pantiles

panther cap
panther cat
panther lily
pantheress
pantheresses
pantherlike
panthers
panthodic
pantie
pantied
pantieless
panties
pantihose
pantile
pantiled
pantiles (current term)
pantiless
pantiliner
pantiliners
pantine
pantines
panting
pantingly
pantings
pantisocracies
pantisocracy
pantisocrat
pantisocratic
pantisocratical
pantisocratist

Literary usage of Pantiles

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1. A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Bricks, Tiles, Terra-cotta, Etc. by Charles Thomas Davis (1884)
"Before the pantiles are placed in the kiln, one course of burned bricks is laid, herring-bone fashion, one and one-half inches apart over the bottom. ..."

2. London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1805)
"... one guinea to six pounds per thousand, and pantiles from fifty shillings to ten pounds. Bricklayer's labour was not to be procured for less than five ..."

3. The Design of Structures: A Practical Treatise on the Building of Bridges by Samuel Anglin (1891)
"pantiles are a light form of tile, and are manufactured in France and Holland to a large ... The effective width of these pantiles, exclusive of lappage, ..."

4. The Antiquary (1908)
"... church and park entrance, are here " all brought into one charming coup d'ffil." The Romans had a camp here, and there are the remains of THE pantiles, ..."

5. Retrospect of Philosophical, Mechanical, Chemical, and Agricultural Discoveries (1806)
"... Patent for improved pantiles, for covering Houses and other Buildings. Dated August 1805. THESE tiles are of two kinds, denominated upper and lou'er, ..."

6. Essays, English and American by Raymond Macdonald Alden (1920)
"I wend my way to the pantiles, the queer little old-world pantiles, where, ... I turn away abashed from the casement—from the pantiles—no longer pantiles, ..."

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