Crossword clues for spired
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Spired \Spired\, a.
Having a spire; being in the form of a spire; as, a spired
Spire \Spire\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Spired; p. pr. & vb. n.
To shoot forth, or up in, or as if in, a spire.
It is not so apt to spire up as the other sorts, being
more inclined to branch into arms.
a. having a spire
Usage examples of "spired".
He stopped, drew his shapes, walked on, stopped, drew, walked, on to the spired old-century cragginess of Nabob Bridge, and over quickly through Kinken where the richer khepri moieties, older money and arriviste, preserved their dreamed-up culture in the Plaza of Statues, kitsch mythic shapes in khepri-spit.
It spired into the sky, columnar and prismoidal, light and dark bands alternating along its height.
A spired window looked out on icefalls, tumbling gorges, and the blue aura of a glacier.
The balconies there overlooked a sprawl of spired buildings, their close-set summits rising below the plaza.
North and south, the horizon was a chaotic sky land of pinnacles, spired and m inareted, steepled and turreted and domed, each diademed with its green and argent of eternal ice and snow.
Also there were at least fifty heads, identifiable as Colonists by the spired helms, lined up in the eaves trough of the house or dangling from the branches of a dead orange tree beside the door.
And from the culmination of this crag thrust a fortress topped with clusters of spired towers, belfries, conical turret roofs, toothed battlements, and flying buttresses, its grim walls pierced by narrow slots with pointed arches.
Troops marched by on the road, men in the spired helmets and scarlet jellabas of the Colonial regulars.
Hideous perfection, point-blank fire, slender-limbed brown dogs and men in spired helms and red jellabas falling in windrows.
And in the near distance ahead still others spired and turreted, domed and minareted to ever new heights, and already some shed smoke into a sky that was growing ever hazier.
North and south, the horizon was a chaotic sky land of pinnacles, spired and minareted, steepled and turreted and domed, each diademed with its green and argent of eternal ice and snow.
He drew his simitar and advanced, confident in his spired helmet and close-meshed mail.
Beyond the long wharves the city rose on hills, shining white, domed and spired, with polished weather vanes glittering.