Definition of tiered
: having or arranged in tiers, rows, or layers —often used in combination triple-tiered
Examples of tiered in a Sentence
The hors d'oeuvres were served on tiered platters.
Recent Examples of tiered from the Web
World View and Raven Aerostar want to take advantage of the stratosphere's tiered winds, which blow in different directions at different altitudes, to steer a balloon—or keep it in one spot.
And naturally, the bride also gave a musical performance during her reception, and there was a five-tiered wedding cake that probably cost as much as your college tuition.
With the band on a four-tiered riser, casino-showroom style, Diamond worked the front of the stage, moving more carefully than on previous tours.
Washington state lawmakers passed a measure this year creating a two-tiered licensing system that was signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee last month.
But healthcare is an island of socialism in a system of tiered capitalism?
Konrad, along with Eli Blackford, the local BLOC After School Director and community members Mark Hoffman and his son Joseph, tackled the hillside with shovels and a bulldozer, then built tiered walls.
To raise revenue, close corporate tax loopholes, enact tiered millionaire's tax.
Their market flood of albums created instances in which the label's talent became tiered.
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First Known Use of tiered
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Definition of tiered for English Language Learners
: arranged in layers or tiers
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