Definition of Cieling
1. a ceiling [n -S] - See also: ceiling
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Literary usage of Cieling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1814)
"The cieling takes place with a balustrade on an entablature; ... Subject on the cieling; Time amid Eternity, centrical, surrounded by the gods and goddesses ..."
2. Collections by Minisink Valley Historical Society, Connecticut Historical Society (1882)
"Ript off the Clap-boards, loosened many more ; ploughed off the cieling of that end wall here and there in a Line ; lifted up the Sash window, ..."
3. Pictorial Notices, Consisting of a Memoir of Sir Anthony Van Dyck, with a by William Hookham Carpenter (1844)
"The originals of the whole of the documents which relate to the Paintings of Rubens, on the cieling of Whitehall, are preserved in Her Majesty's State Paper ..."
4. The Travels Through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, Successively Bishop of by Richard Pococke, James Joel Cartwright (1889)
"... wooden cieling in compartments adorn'd with gilt stars; most of the other rooms are alter'd, but some of the old building which was very fine remains. ..."
5. London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1809)
"The grand hall at the entrance lofty, and the cieling curiously wrought with fret work. In the several apartments were many pictures of the an- tient part ..."
6. Works of the Camden Society by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1889)
"... from the wooden cieling in compartments adorn'd with gilt stars ; most of the other rooms are alter'd, but some of the old building which was very fine ..."