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pilastered

[pi-las-terd] /pɪˈlæs tərd/
adjective
1.
having, or supported by, pilasters.
Origin
1680-1690
1680-90; pilaster + -ed3
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  • 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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