OTHER WORDS FROM gabledun·ga·bled, adjective
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Originally, there was a huge gabled attic bedroom that required ascending a steep stairway.Paradise lost: Remembering the popular Rehoboth men’s guest house|James Sears|September 2, 2021|Washington Blade
As English houses go, this gabled red brick Victorian is neither especially beautiful nor significant.Great New Reads|The Daily Beast|October 15, 2010|DAILY BEAST
The road led to an old fashioned, high gabled farm-house at the foot of the hill; the only tenement visible from that lonely spot.The World Before Them|Susanna Moodie
In Devonshire, particularly among the farmers and poorer classes, the ridged coffin is very general, the end being gabled.
A gabled shingled roof was commonly used; wherever they could be afforded, dormer windows were added.
It has one complete story topped by a steep gabled roof with dormers and with two T-shaped chimneys.
Adjacent to the church is St Peter's hospital, a picturesque gabled building of Jacobean and earlier date, with a fine court room.