tiled

[ tahyld ]
/ taɪld /

adjective

covered or furnished with tiles.
barred to outsiders, as nonmembers of a lodge.

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Origin of tiled

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50; see origin at tile, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM tiled

un·tiled, adjective
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