having a spire.
- mul·ti·spired, adjective
- un·spired, adjective
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How to use spired in a sentence
When I stared up at the spired summit of 10,912-foot Cathedral Peak in the amber glow of sunset, I felt a strange mix of immense gratitude and stalwart duty.
He had something of the spirit which in-spired the old mining-camp.American Sketches | Charles Whibley
Leaving half a dozen men in the boat, he took the rest, ten mighty archers of Khawarizm, in spired helmets and tiger-skin cloaks.The Devil in Iron | Robert E. Howard
He drew his scimitar and advanced, confident in his spired helmet and close-meshed mail.The Devil in Iron | Robert E. Howard
Above the whole towered a rather pretentious two-spired church.A Wayfarer in China | Elizabeth Kendall
There was the grey old spired pile, lying lovely against the pale evening light.Poppy | Cynthia Stockley