Tiered in a sentence

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Definition of Tiered

  • having or arranged in tiers

How to use tiered in a sentence. Tiered pronunciation.

Mrs. Sayther felt suddenly faint; and though the smile of interest in no wise waned, the face of the man seemed to draw away to a telescopic distance, and the tiered logs of the cabin to whirl drunkenly about.
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Nor was his heart in any work till the tiered logs of a new cabin began to rise on the hill behind the mine.
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We were drifting slowly into the harbor of Gibraltar, the rock looming over us through the blackness, a gigantic mountain, a mass of tiered and serried lights.
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A few yards below and partly screened by a clump of young spruce, the tiered logs of a cabin rose to meet its overhanging roof of dirt.
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The walls of the room were of tiered logs, the bark still on, and the chinking between the logs, plainly visible, was arctic moss.
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Lo, the stately pair, As late in grapple ranging, The foe between them there- When four great hulls lay tiered, And the fiery tempest cleared, And your prizes twain appeared, Temeraire!
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Then they found Ulysses, dear to Jove; and around him followed the Trojans, like tawny jackals round an an tiered stag when wounded in the mountains, which a man hath stricken with an arrow from the bowstring.
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Thinking thus, the man of gray sat coldly motionless at his great multi-shielded desk, whose top was now swung up to become a board of massed and tiered instruments and controls.
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Examples of Tiered

Example #1
But she was bidden draw up to the table, and during the meal discovered time and space in which to find herself.
Example #2
She talked little, and that principally about the land and weather, while the man wandered off into a long description of the difference between the shallow summer diggings of the Lower Country and the deep winter diggings of the Upper Country.
Example #3
It was a grand cabin, warmly built and divided into three comfortable rooms.
Example #4
There was work to be done, men to superintend, and operations to direct in burrowing after the erratic pay streak; but his heart was not in the work.
Example #5
Search-lights, too, shot out like swords, focused on us, and swept us as we crept forward between dimly visible, anchored craft.
Example #6
The throbbing of our engines ceased.