gabled

[gey-buhld]
adjective
1.
provided with a gable or gables: a gabled house.
2.
built with a gable or gables.

Origin:
1840–50; gable + -ed3

ungabled, adjective
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gable (ˈɡeɪbəl)
 
n
1.  the triangular upper part of a wall between the sloping ends of a pitched roof (gable roof)
2.  a triangular ornamental feature in the form of a gable, esp as used over a door or window
3.  the triangular wall on both ends of a gambrel roof
 
[C14: Old French gable, probably from Old Norse gafl; related to Old English geafol fork, Old High German gibil gable]
 
'gabled
 
adj
 
'gable-like
 
adj

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Example sentences
The gabled and shed-roofed house recalls fishing cabins.
Replacing the flat roof with a gabled one created space for the loft, which
  sits above the garage's remaining parking spot.
The houses rose straight up, two to four stories high, and were topped by
  gabled tile roofs.
The house was built with a gabled framework, wide verandas and wide-beam wooden
  ceilings.
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