adjective see gargoyle

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  • gargoyled — ld adjective Etymology: gargoyle (I) + ed : decorated with gargoyles the gargoyled tops of cathedrals Times Literary Supplement the gargoyled and crenelated skyline Frederic Marton …   Useful english dictionary

  • gargoyled — See gargoyle. * * * …   Universalium

  • gargoyled — adj. having water spouts in the shape of monsters or grotesque creatures, decorated with gargoyles (often on Gothic churches); having grotesque facial characteristics …   English contemporary dictionary

  • gargoyled — gar·goyled …   English syllables

  • gargoyle — gargoyled, adj. /gahr goyl/, n. 1. a grotesquely carved figure of a human or animal. 2. a spout, terminating in a grotesque representation of a human or animal figure with open mouth, projecting from the gutter of a building for throwing rain… …   Universalium

  • gargoyle — noun Etymology: Middle English gargule, gargoyl, from Old French gargoule Date: 13th century 1. a. a spout in the form of a grotesque human or animal figure projecting from a roof gutter to throw rainwater clear of a building b. a grotesquely… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • gargoyle — [gär′goil΄] n. [ME gargule, throat < OFr gargouille: see GARGLE] 1. a waterspout, usually in the form of a grotesquely carved animal or fantastic creature, projecting from the gutter of a building 2. a projecting ornament (on a building) that… …   English World dictionary

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