[kleer-stawr-ee, -stohr-ee]
noun, plural clearstories.

clearstoried, adjective Unabridged
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clearstory (ˈklɪəˌstɔːrɪ)
a variant spelling of clerestory

clerestory or clearstory (ˈklɪəˌstɔːrɪ)
n , pl -ries
1.  a row of windows in the upper part of the wall of a church that divides the nave from the aisle, set above the aisle roof
2.  Compare blindstorey the part of the wall in which these windows are set
[C15: from clear + storey]
clearstory or clearstory
[C15: from clear + storey]
'clerestoried or clearstory
'clearstoried or clearstory

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Example sentences
Clearstory windows open mechanically when environmental conditions are conducive.
During this time, the clearstory windows on the east and west walls were likely removed and replaced with storefront windows.
The clearstory carries a reading of the volume past the line of conditioned interior air.
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