Noun(1) a roofing tile with a S-shape; laid so that curves overlap
(1) Fishing villages with Venetian-style bell towers and red pantiled roofs cling to the shoreline.(2) This is a blissful vision of Italian arcadia, undulating olive groves, tall cypresses, distant farmhouses with red pantiled roofs and the silhouette of a slender castle tower on the horizon.(3) We walked down the famous 199 steps, enjoying the gorgeous view of the harbour and pantiled , crowded cottages.(4) The restaurant has a fresh farmhouse interior, with cream walls and red pantiles , and boasts an open view of the garden.(5) Concrete Pantiles are available in a medium format of similar size to our clay pantiles , and offer some savings in material and labour.(6) The red, pantiled roofed houses and shops spread like a wild necklace on both sides of the River Esk.(7) The pantiles are made in the traditional way with wooden formers to shape the wet clay tiles to form the traditional shape.(8) While the original roof structure was rotten, the pantiles were able to be reused and now greatly enhance the aged appearance of the exterior.(9) One of the finest ways to see York is to follow the wall-top walk, with breathtaking views over the pantiled roofs to the Minster.
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