- Having rafters (often of a specified kind).
Oer sculptured Cloisters, and high-raftered Halls, / By Rivers gliding under ancient Walls...
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raftered — rafter ► NOUN ▪ a beam forming part of the internal framework of a roof. DERIVATIVES raftered adjective. ORIGIN Old English, related to RAFT(Cf. ↑rafting) … English terms dictionary
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raftered — adjective see rafter I … New Collegiate Dictionary
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