adjective \ˈī(-ə)ld\

Definition of aisled

  1. :  having aisles an aisled hall; especially :  having aisles of a specified kind or number —used in combination spacious, wide-aisled stores In 1479, a simple one-aisled church had been added to this chapel so that a picture of the Virgin could be worshipped there. — Fred Leeman, Hidden Images, 1976

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Circa 1552

First Known Use of aisled

circa 1552

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