Entry from British & World English dictionary
Each of a series of overlapping tiles used to cover a wall.
- She was also interested in the weather tiles on the south side of the house.
- The pair of cottages known as Warren Farm Cottages, now converted into one house and called Vine Cottage, was built of brick with weather tiles under a tiled roof and each contained an attic, two bedrooms, a sitting room and kitchen.
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