shuttered

[ UK /ʃˈʌtəd/ ]
[ US /ˈʃətɝd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. provided with shutters or shutters as specified; often used in combination
    a church with a shuttered belfry and spire
    green-shuttered cottages
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How To Use shuttered In A Sentence

  • Both ads use the same stock video of Cofield walking forlornly alongside her shuttered brake-pad production facility. Strickland goes negative in first campaign ad
  • Most shops remained shuttered and many people stayed inside their homes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The eight rooms come with wooden floors, shuttered windows and panelled doors. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her quarries are the names behind the faces in 50,000 antique negatives left in the town's shuttered Casasola photography studio. In Old El Paso, This Detective Story
  • Tight, sometimes tiny, stepped lanes weave between old stone houses with painted wooden doors and shuttered windows.
  • The decision cost the corporation more than $100 million in nonrecurring costs and charges when it shuttered the facilities and laid off 600 warehouse employees.
  • To the left the drawing room is a bright area with two shuttered sash windows overlooking the front garden and a fine marble fireplace.
  • Moonlight poured through the unshuttered windows, and the damp summer breeze ruffled his hair. A TIME OF WAR
  • Some shops are shuttered but people are getting on with life. The Sun
  • He unshuttered the window, and gazed through, the crisp autumn wind bit at his face as the past bit at his heart and again he pulled himself away from it.
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