pilastered

[ pi-las-terd ]
/ pɪˈlæs tərd /

adjective

having, or supported by, pilasters.

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Origin of pilastered

First recorded in 1680–90; pilaster + -ed3
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Example sentences from the Web for pilastered

  • The caon is sharply cleft in trap rock, and the sides rise sheer and pilastered as though cut into right-angled pillars.

    In to the Yukon|William Seymour Edwards