Witnesses say there were at least six bodies piled together inside this one tiled room where the air is poisonous with decay.
Butch and Leon appeared to listen patiently while studying the tiled floor.
Inside, a miniature corpse lay on an operating table in a tiled room.
He found himself in a tiled passage, opening into a low-ceilinged room lighted by a single window.
It was a small apartment, low-studded, with cement walls and a tiled floor.
The title of the place sounds as though steam heat would be the fashion and tiled bathrooms plentiful!
The yellow-washed one, with the gables and tiled roofs—there, back on the slope.
When the door was tiled, and when the servants were gone, how could they be merry together?
A boot, with its jingling rowels, struck upon the tiled floor.
Mr. Hill cut the swale, tiled the land, and grew a crop that put the farmers to shame.
Old English tigele "roofing shingle," from West Germanic *tegala (cf. Old High German ziagal, German ziegel, Dutch tegel, Old Norse tigl), a borrowing from Latin tegula "tile" (cf. Italian tegola, French tuile), from tegere "roof, to cover" (see stegosaurus). Also used in Old English and early Middle English for "brick," before that word came into use. The verb meaning "to cover with tiles" is recorded from late 14c.