Crossword clues for tiled
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tile \Tile\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Tiled; p. pr. & vb. n. Tiling.]
To cover with tiles; as, to tile a house.
Fig.: To cover, as if with tiles.
The muscle, sinew, and vein, Which tile this house, will come again.
Constructed from, or decorated with tiles v
(en-past of: tile)
adj. covered or furnished with tiles; "baths with tiled walls"; "a tiled kitchen"
Usage examples of "tiled".
It took a firm shake of the senses to realize that this was some kind of artificial projection through the tiled inner skin that allowed Quen and his crew to see everything that was going on outside the ship, with the exception of directly below.
The vision of space overhead and to my sides disappeared and was replaced once again by the shoebox of tiled bulkheads, now draining cables and conduits and pieces of hardware, spitting sparks and spewing smoke.
He stalked into the tiled hall and closed the front door very deliberately.
Brindemo met him at the door himself, then ushered him into the main hall, a long room with a blue-and-white tiled floor and dark green walls.
Baruma closed the shutters and turned back to his chamber, a luxurious one with white walls and a blue and green tiled floor scattered with velvet cushions and set about with tiny oil-lamps.
The slave motioned Baruma into a high-ceilinged chamber, bright with lamplight, that was furnished with cushioned furniture and red-and-gold carpets laid over the tiled floor.
The main chamber had a floor tiled in blue and green, and a marble fountain splashed lazily in the centre of the room.
At a tiled entrance way a maidservant bowed low, then took them down the hall into a large, airy room with a blue and white floor.
Miko stayed to pour wine for the masters, Rhodry followed Disna to the enormous kitchen, tiled in browns and reds.
Again at twilight he was crossing the walled garden when he saw the black creature drinking at the tiled fountain.
Up on the red and blue tiled dais, Salamander and Gwin were sitting cross-legged and talking - or rather, Salamander was talking - to an elderly man dressed in a long red robe.
He sighed, staring vacantly at the blue and white tiled fountain playing in the middle of the chamber.
The archon, Klemiko, received them in an echoing reception chamber, tiled in blue and pale green.
They all dismounted in a tiled courtyard planted with cypresses and set with marble fountains.
Jill was so sure that they were walking into a trap that she could barely breathe when they stepped into a modest reception chamber of the usual sort, the walls painted with fading flowers, the dais tiled in restful blues and hung with blue and purple silk drapes.