Recent Examples of steeple from the Web
The building’s iconic steeple has loomed over the Village area ever since.
The octagonal steeple telescopes to a cross topping 225 feet, the highest point in the city for some time.
The Ohio City marketplace is marked by an iconic steeple visible from West 25th Street and the Carnegie Avenue Bridge that extends over the Industrial Valley.
Some 20,000 observation stations were activated nationwide, most operating out of existing structures, such as office building rooftops, church steeples and, in the openness of the countryside, even cornfields.
After its dedication in 1928, watermen began using the church's steeple as a landmark when locating oyster bars on the Patuxent River.
The experts at LetsRun.com preview the USATF women's 800, 1,500 and steeple.
Lemont's skyline is marked by church steeples rising above the tree line, creating a beautiful vista for visitors approaching on Lemont Road from the north.
Did the photographer sacrifice the church’s steeple and dip the camera to record the cars in the intersection of Olive Way and Terry Avenue?
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Origin and Etymology of steeple
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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