Antonyms for shingled

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


So they rode on down the hill and along the shingled beach that edged a lagoon.

My house had in the meanwhile been shingled down to the ground on every side.

"The roof must be shingled this fall," said Mrs. Page anxiously.

They were shingled roofs; they will be just the same; all the rest are only walls.

The tint of the shingled front is brown, and all the colors are low and blended.

The cattle purchased at Alexandria for beef ought to be shingled.

They had shingled her head with butcher knives and fire brands.

I see a hall, brighter than the sun, shingled with gold, standing on Gem-lea.

The roof, if shingled, may be of cedar, or cypress—some spruce is used to-day.

Surely the roof is not leaking again, when it was all shingled this summer!