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Spell check of gabled

Correct spelling: gabled

Synonyms:
baronial, colonial, burned-out, carbuncle, cavernous, comfortable, gambrel, brownstone, appointed, beachfront, carpeted.

Antonyms:
hipped, mansard.

Examples of usage:

1) The house stood a considerable distance back from the road: it was a gabled building of large size, and not without interest. - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.

2) Outside, it was the most picturesque and doubtless the oldest house in the village; many- gabled, with very tall ancient chimneys, the roofs of red tiles mottled grey and yellow with age and lichen. - "Afoot in England", W.H. Hudson.

3) Difficult as it must always be to find an image which shall supply a stranger with any clear idea of a mass so irregular and unsymmetrical as this, yet its general appearance and the arrangement of its parts may be roughly apprehended in the following manner:- Imagine a large two- gabled church planted on the side of a steep hill. - "Climbing in The British Isles. Vol. 1 - England", W. P. Haskett Smith.

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