noun, plural clere·sto·ries.
Related formsclere·sto·ried, adjective
Examples from the Web for clerestory
Here, as in the cathedral, the idea of the balustrade under the clerestory is carried out.Normandy, Complete|Gordon Home
The nave is wide, with clerestory; the narrow chancel has a chapel on the N. side.Hertfordshire|Herbert W Tompkins
When he rose from his knees, the church was dark, but through the windows of the clerestory many stars were shining.Thomas Wingfold, Curate|George MacDonald
The main arches and triforium are Norman, the clerestory and vaulting Early English (circa 1250).The Cathedrals of Great Britain|P. H. Ditchfield
The curious junction of the later vault with the ogee-shaped arches of the clerestory should be noticed.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Norwich|C. H. B. Quennell