closed-up

[ verb klohz; adjective, adverb klohs or for 51, klohz; noun klohz for 59, 60, 63–65, 67, 68, klohs for 61, 62, 66 ]SEE DEFINITION OF closed-up
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There was no rescue among these dumb walls and closed-up windows.

When I did so, the locusts flew all about the closed-up carriage and into everybody's face.

They are hideously ugly, reminding one more of a miniature, closed-up umbrella than an animal!

Next moment they fell on the closed-up ice, and lay there in a mound, or hummock, of broken masses.

These closed-up houses and boarded-up doors are gloomy enough during the summer months.

In the fine season of the year sheds take the place of closed-up huts (fig. 183).

She was like a closed-up flower; the sunshine would soon open the blossom.

The owner of the waggons stood waiting near the closed-up foremost one, the yellow-haired child on his arm.

There was but one way to approach the closed-up rooms, and that way led past the door of Madeline's room.

"Those men are not whipped," said a keen observer to me, as he looked at the closed-up column moving.

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