Definition of Raftered

1. Adjective. Having the rafters especially having them visible. "A raftered ceiling"

Similar to: Ceilinged



Definition of Raftered

1. Adjective. Having rafters (often of a specified kind). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Raftered

1. furnished with rafters [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raftered

rafflesias
raffling
raffs
rafie
rafies
rafivirumab
rafoxanide
rafsi
raft
raft-up
raft foundation
raftage
rafte
rafted
rafter
raftered (current term)
raftering
rafters
rafting
raftlike
raftman
raftmate
raftmates
raftmen
rafts
raftsman
raftsmen
rafty
rag
rag-and-bone shop

Literary usage of Raftered

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1. Journal of a Few Months' Residence in Portugal and Glimpses of the South of by Dorothy Wordsworth Quillinan, Edmund Lee (1895)
"... She bares the stringed lute of old romance, That cheered the trellised arbour's privacy, And soothed war-wearied knights in raftered hall. ..."

2. Old Meeting-housesby John Russell Hayes by John Russell Hayes (1909)
"here, in this dim raftered house of prayer, Where the bee drones against the sunny pane, And scent of old-time flowers lies on the air, And each worn bench ..."

3. The Last Voyage of the Karluk, Flagship of Vilhjalmar Stefansson's Canadian by Ralph Tracy Hale (1916)
"We got under way again and worked through the raftered ice all day long, ... Ahead of us, beyond the edge of the raftered ice, we could see that the air was ..."

4. History and Digest of the International Arbitrations to which the United by John Bassett Moore (1898)
"... while the Government of Brazil will at the same time have apparent cause to complain of injustice raftered at our hands; and so long as that cause shall ..."

5. The Laws of Fésole: A Familiar Treatise on the Elementary Principles and by John Ruskin (1886)
"The feather is, in fact, a finely raftered and tiled roof to throw off wind and rain ; and in a large family of birds the wing has indeed chiefly a roof's ..."

6. The Laws of Fésole: A Familiar Treatise on the Elementary Principles and by John Ruskin (1879)
"The feather is, in fact, a finely raftered and tiled roof to throw off wind and rain ; and in a large family of birds the wing has indeed chiefly a roofs ..."

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