arched

[ ahrcht ]SEE DEFINITION OF arched

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARCHED

The arched door of the lady's room, or cell, was not quite shut.

Mr. Hempstead arched his eyebrows a trifle, and looked at the girl in some doubt.

She hurried out the arched entranceway, asking him not to start that subject again.

They had passed the arched doorway and crossed the courtyard.

She never went further than the bridge which arched over the narrow river.

But his mother loved him all the more on account of this weakness that arched his back.

The roofing which remains is executed entirely in stone, but not arched or vaulted.

A clear sky, as deep and blue as any sea, arched its canopy above.

The arched head of the opening is treated differently on the two sides.

Over her shoulder I perceived the arched eyebrows and the red necktie of her brother.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ARCHED

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