storied

2
[stawr-eed, stohr-]
Also especially British, sto·reyed.

Origin of storied

2
First recorded in 1615–25; story2 + -ed3
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Examples from the Web for storeyed

Historical Examples of storeyed

  • At No. 120 there are two storeyed cellars and in one of them a well.

    Historic Paris

    Jetta S. Wolff

  • The extremities of each wing take the shape of square, three storeyed towers, surmounted by cupolas 20 feet high.

    Hertfordshire

    Herbert W Tompkins

  • The trophied arches, storeyed halls invade And haunt their slumbers in the pompous shade.

    Essay on Man

    Alexander Pope


British Dictionary definitions for storeyed

storeyed

US storied

adjective
    1. having a storey or storeys
    2. (in combination)a two-storeyed house

storied

adjective
  1. recorded in history or in a story; fabled
  2. decorated with narrative scenes or pictures
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Word Origin and History for storeyed

storied

adj.

late 15c., "ornamented with scenes from history," from past participle of verb form of story (n.1). Meaning "celebrated in history or legend" is from 1725.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper