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vaulted in Buildings topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvaultedvault‧ed /ˈvɔːltɪd $ ˈvɒːl-/ adjective  TBBAAin the shape of or consisting of several arches joined togethervaulted ceiling/roof etc
Examples from the Corpus
vaultedThe ossuary inside the sanctuary is square with a vaulted ceiling.The ground floor, now the cellar, has retained its original three rooms with vaulted ceilings.Lunch and oceans of bubbly will be served here in the vaulted chalk cellars.It was built to last, and the vaulted classrooms now serve as tearooms for any tourists intrepid enough to reach them.Thrusting spires, softened by time; vaulted cloisters floored with cobbles trod thin by genius.Under the vaulted ground floor was a guardroom and small prison.This is a fine upstanding composition with an impressive vaulted interior.Surrounding them in vaulted stone and glass, wood and gorgeous cloth, were millions of man-hours of work.vaulted ceiling/roof etcI have these dreams, too, and in them my bedroom is a light-filled suite with vaulted ceilings.The ground floor, now the cellar, has retained its original three rooms with vaulted ceilings.The lower floor is early Gothic in style, with deep set windows and a groined vaulted roof.The ossuary inside the sanctuary is square with a vaulted ceiling.They have a low, vaulted ceiling and damp, grimy walls which run with water when it rains.The vaulted ceilings are hand painted.He looked up at the vaulted ceiling of the great hall and studied the fresco of constellations.The low vaulted roof stretched for some forty feet until it met the blank wall at the far end.