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shingled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshingledshin‧gled /ˈʃɪŋɡəld/ adjective  a roof or wall that is shingled is covered with shingles
Examples from the Corpus
shingledThe exterior is shingled and very simple, but inside, the nave and chancel roof and walls are painted all over.The steep, shingled roof shone in varying shades of grey, and there was the terrace in front.Instead it has numerous beehive-shaped patches of shingled sulfides where high-temperature water streams upward.
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