Thesaurus / roofed
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Above the actual dome is the Golden Gallery, and then the lantern, roofed with a dome bearing the ball and cross.
Driftwood was collected, pits were dug and roofed, and provisions were brought from the ship.
The place was a network of trenches with connecting passages, roofed over with timber, raupo, and toetoe reeds and earth.
Most of these were taken from little vaults of adobes, roofed with sticks and rushes.
THE CERAMIC ARTJENNIE J. YOUNG
A short distance away were a large number of roughly-constructed huts, roofed with boughs of trees.
It was roofed by a cloudless, deep blue, almost violet, sky.
At several points the trench was roofed with heavy pit-props and sandbags proof against any shrapnel fire.
THE RED HORIZONPATRICK MACGILL
A part of it was already roofed in, and the remainder was to be roofed not many weeks afterwards.
A narrow, latticed and roofed gallery built without the Queen's rooms looked down upon orange and myrtle trees and a fountain.
1492MARY JOHNSTON
The bando was roofed with peculiar and very large leaves, here called the shayshayray and the quaygayray.
LOST IN THE JUNGLEPAUL DU CHAILLU

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