They saw the glint of the sun on lance-tip and spired helmet.
On each side of the window, which is in the front, is a niche (with) spired top.
Imposing, even in its shabbiness, stood the old house, at the end of an avenue of spired cedars.
Up they thrust—domed and arched, spired and horned, pyramided, fanged and needled.
It has triple belfry windows, and a spired stair turret, but the shallowness of the buttresses detracts from its impressiveness.
On his head was a green silk turban, wound about a spired helmet chased with gold.
It never occurred to the in- spired writers that polygamy was a crime.
Leaving half a dozen men in the boat, he took the rest, ten mighty archers of Khawarizm, in spired helmets and tiger-skin cloaks.
He drew his scimitar and advanced, confident in his spired helmet and close-meshed mail.
Small and formal cedars pointed their spired heads toward the spring sky.