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clustered

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Pronunciation: /ˈklʌstəd
 
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Definition of clustered in English:

adjective

1Growing or situated in a group: the spires and clustered roofs of the old town
More example sentences
  • The priests quickly gathered into a tight clustered circle, all of them chanting in unison.
  • This area of South Kilkenny is noted for the number of clustered farm villages and the number of thatched roofs which still predominate.
  • Investment capital is channelled through traditional networks of property developers rather than into the high-growth, clustered technology industries that can create genuine wealth.
1.1 Architecture (Of pillars or columns) positioned close together, or arranged round or half-detached from a pier: slender, lofty piers are encircled with clustered column shafts
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  • From the door, the windows themselves were almost entirely obscured by the clustered pillars.
  • The white stucco ceiling undulates up to a peak of 22 ft; the walls fan out, and their pale ash panelling is overlaid by ribs of clustered birch rods.
  • Recessed balconies give depth to the clustered stone towers, and there are gardens on each stepped roof.

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