ceilinged

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ceiling +‎ -ed.

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ceilinged (not comparable)

  1. (especially in combination) Having a (specified type of) ceiling.
    • 1919, Hugh Walpole, Jeremy, New York: George H. Doran, Chapter X, p. 240, [1]
      Cow Farm was a rambling building, with dark, uneven stairs, low-ceilinged rooms, queer, odd corners, and sudden unexpected doors.
    • 1969, Anne Sexton, "Eighteen Days Without You" in The Complete Poems, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981, p. 218,
      My room was high ceilinged, lonely and full of echoes.
    • 1995, Douglas Adams, The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy: a Trilogy in Five Parts, ISBN 0434003484, page 261:
      The vault was low-ceilinged, dimly lit and gigantic.

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