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Answer for the clue "Like Venetian blinds", 7 letters:
slatted

Alternative clues for the word slatted

Like a blind spot?

Like fruit crates

Like a blind

Flapped, as sails against yards

Describing a Venetian blind

Word definitions for slatted in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Slat \Slat\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Slatted ; p. pr. & vb. n. Slatting .] [OE. slatten; cf. Icel. sletta to slap, to dab.] To slap; to strike; to beat; to throw down violently. How did you kill him? Slat[t]ed his brains out. --Marston. To split; to crack....

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Of or pertaining to a slat; having slats. v (en-past of: slat )

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
v. equip or bar with slats; "Slat the windows" close the slats of (windows) [also: slatting , slatted ]

Usage examples of slatted.

Before Sanders could answer, Ventress had stepped over to the larger of the two suitcases on the slatted stand beside the wardrobe.

Rough wooden or tin partitions, slatted floors, and rudimentary ladderlike stairs had been attached as best they could be to the original bare steel strutting and concrete buttresses of the monorail station.

I sat by the doors that were slatted And the stuff had a surf like the sea-- No vintage was anywhere vatted Too strong for ventripotent me!

Rough wooden or tin partitions, slatted floors, and rudimentary ladderlike stairs had been attached as best they could be to the original bare steel strutting and concrete buttresses of the monorail station.

It was only when I came to change again, onto the branch line at the small station of Homerby, that I began to be less comfortable, for here the air was a great deal colder and blowing in gusts from the east with an unpleasant rain upon its breath, and the train in which I was to travel for the last hour of my journey was one of those with ancient, comfortless carriages upholstered in the stiffest of leathercloth over unyielding horsehair, and with slatted wooden racks above.

There was a huge, high-sided, square-ended three-master, with slatted yellow lugsails, from the Salimor Islands, far off in the Eastern Ocean.

Then we lay at full length on slatted wooden tables in a room called the laconicum, while our slaves scraped the ooze off every part of us, using an assortment of different-sized, curved, spoonlike things called strigiles.

Serian ships with square bows and slatted sails were berthed end to end with catamarans from Dalopo, bulbous grain haulers from Ornifal, and small craft carrying wine or citrus fruit or metalwork from a dozen islands, some too small to have names to any but their own citizens.

Serian ships with square bows and slatted sails were berthed end to end with catamarans from Dalopo, bulbous grain haulers from Omifal, and small craft carrying wine or citrus fruit or metalwork from a dozen islands, some too small to have names to any but their own citizens.

Now, in the bright noon sun, in the slatted seats of the second-class coach among congestions of baskets and children and cheap suitcases, they sat two and two staring at one another and the astonishment became one and shared.

A thick-timbered icehouse sank nearly to its eaves in the ground, corncribs with their slatted sides bulging yellow, sheds for equipment, a small winery, a carpenter's and a farrier's workshed, two big windmills filling a water tank and bored-log pipes leading about from that.

A thick-timbered icehouse sank nearly to its eaves in the ground, corncribs with their slatted sides bulging yellow, sheds for equipment, a small winery, a carpenter’s and a farrier’s workshed, two big windmills filling a water tank and bored-log pipes leading about from that.

THE ROAD TO OMAHA 193 Somewhat sheepishly, Desi the First emerged from a slatted dressing room door, followed by a generously endowed dark-haired girl who made it a point to stretch and check her measuring tape while adjusting her blouse.

Crowding the slatted rail divider, lined up against the desks and the file cabinets and the windows and the bulletin boards, slouched into every conceivable corner of the room, were at least eight thousand kids in blue dungarees and red-and-white-striped tee shirts.

The sidewalk widened out to accomodate some pink-flowering azaleas and another slatted wooden park bench.