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vaulty

[ vawl-tee ]
/ ˈvɔl ti /
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adjective
having the appearance or characteristics of a vault; arching: the vaulty rows of elm trees.
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Origin of vaulty

First recorded in 1535–45; vault1 + -y1
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How to use vaulty in a sentence

  • They were seated side by side upon a luggage-truck, in a deserted vaulty corner on the outskirts of Euston.

    Twos and Threes|G. B. Stern
  • George had taken his saddle from poor Firebrace and transferred it to Vaulty, a strong serviceable roan, which he rode henceforth.

    In Quest of Gold|Alfred St. Johnston
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