Third-person singular simple present indicative form of steeple. (verb)
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Use "steeples" in a sentence
"Both parties seems to be fighting the city instead of each other; and this manner of firing from behind parapets, and from the tops of houses and steeples, is decidedly safer for the soldiers than for the inhabitants."
"Most of the churches of the Meseta lack steeples, which is the reason why church bells were placed in porticos formed by huge wooden trunks covered in tejamanil."
"It was like a sea, green and motionless, on which the steeples were the masts of anchored ships."