storied

Part of speech: adjective

Having a notable history.

Part of speech: adjective

Related in a story.

Part of speech: adjective

Having or consisting of stories, as a building; as, six- storied.

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Usage examples "storied":

  1. " In this very street; in that grey three- storied house over there. - "Virgin Soil", Ivan S. Turgenev.
  2. All the ground floor is vaulted, as is the chapel, but the main rooms on the first floor had wooden roofs, except the one next the chapel which forms the middle floor of a three- storied tower, which, rising above the rest of the building, has a battlemented flat roof reached by a spiral stair. - "Portuguese Architecture", Walter Crum Watson.
  3. The yard was a long and wide space, with two storied buildings on all sides of it. - "The Marquis of Lossie", George MacDonald.