English version

timbered

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtimberedtim‧bered /ˈtɪmbəd $ -ərd/ adjective  timbered buildings have a frame made of wooden beams, or have wooden beams showing on the outsidetimbered houses/cottages half-timbered
Examples from the Corpus
timberedLined along the lane were the village hall, the pavilion and a number of small timbered cottages.The building had one of those brightly timbered exteriors which assert more age than they probably possess.Most of the timbered houses had windows patched with rags, but the one Maggie entered was slightly cleaner.He kept to the centre of the street away from the rubbish which littered the entrances and walks of the miserable timbered houses.There was to be no place here for the slow debates of timbered parliamentary chambers.The timbered town house of the marquesses of Huntly, built in 1517, is an interesting museum of local history.The timbered Untertor, crowned by its clock within a triangular roof, stands at the end of a narrow street.timbered houses/cottagesHe kept to the centre of the street away from the rubbish which littered the entrances and walks of the miserable timbered houses.Lined along the lane were the village hall, the pavilion and a number of small timbered cottages.Most of the timbered houses had windows patched with rags, but the one Maggie entered was slightly cleaner.
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