pilastered

[pi-las-terd]
adjective
having, or supported by, pilasters.

Origin:
1680–90; pilaster + -ed3

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pilaster (pɪˈlæstə)
 
n
a shallow rectangular column attached to the face of a wall
 
[C16: from French pilastre, from Latin pīla pillar]
 
pi'lastered
 
adj

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Example sentences
The interior features grained woodwork and pilastered mantels.
The main feature in the hall is the pilastered segmental arch which is identical to the one leading to the stair alcove.
The roofline is further enlivened with tall, pilastered chimneys.
Tall, brick, pilastered chimneys with corbeled caps project from the roof on each elevation.
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