Definition of "pillared" [pil•lared]

  • Having pillars. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of pillar. (verb) (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "pillared" in a sentence
  • "The reception was chattering away in the large formal area upstairs known as the pillared crowing-room."
  • "Out from this court they walked through a kind of pillared cloister, and the façades of the house as they passed on, were beautiful in pure simplicity of line; so white, they seemed to turn the sun on them to moonlight; so jewelled with bands and plaques of lovely tiles, that they were like snowy shoulders of a woman hung with necklaces of precious stones."
  • "Hand in hand they ran down the path to the tree-pillared room."