Adjective "gabled" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈɡeɪbəld/

Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'As your ship passes three- and four-story Dutch colonial buildings with steep, gabled tile roofs and small dormer windows, you spot streets, too narrow for autos, lined with shops.'
  2. 'Take a brisk walk along the waterfront to admire the modern sculptures and shoals of kayakers, and then take a more leisurely amble upwards to appreciate the grand villas and gabled weatherboard terraces of the hillside suburbs.'

Definitions

1. provided with a gable or gables: a gabled house.

2. built with a gable or gables.

More examples(as adjective)

"faades can be gabled with towers."

"faades can be gabled with loggiases."

"houses can be gabled."

"faades can be gabled."

"roofs can be gabled."

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