sprinklered

[spring-klerd]
adjective
having or protected by a sprinkler system.

Origin:
1925–30; sprinkler + -ed3

unsprinklered, adjective
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sprinkler

[spring-kler]
noun
1.
any of various devices for sprinkling, as a watering pot, a container of water with a perforated top used to sprinkle clothes before ironing, or especially a perforated ring or small stand with a revolving nozzle to which a hose is attached for watering a lawn with a fine, even spray.
2.
a person who sprinkles.
verb (used with object)
3.
to provide (a warehouse, school, office building, etc.) with a sprinkler system.

Origin:
1525–35; sprinkle + -er1

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sprinkler (ˈsprɪŋklə)
 
n
1.  a device perforated with small holes that is attached to a garden hose or watering can and used to spray plants, lawns, etc, with water
2.  a person or thing that sprinkles
3.  See sprinkler system

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Example sentences
There have been no fire deaths in sprinklered homes, while thousands die each
  year in unsprinklered home fires.
Areas of refuge for persons with impaired mobility will not be required in
  sprinklered buildings.
Statistics demonstrate that there has never been any multiple loss of life in a
  fully sprinklered building.
The results from the experiments comparing the sprinklered and non-sprinklered
  day room are presented.
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