Definition of columned in English:

columned

Pronunciation /ˈkäləmd/ /ˈkɑləmd/

adjective

See column

often in combination ‘a four-columned portico’
  • ‘The columned lobby which doubles as the main office, spells opulence.’
  • ‘Lining one side of the Forum are stone Medusa faces with eyes that still bedevil the onlooker, whilst at the far end, under a columned portico, the remains of a Roman bar recall present-day cafes in Florentine or Venetian piazzas.’
  • ‘He took a picture of it, though, that haunted me for years - a crumbling, columned building, hung about with Spanish moss.’
  • ‘From the outside, with its enormous windows and columned entrance, the hotel is most impressive.’
  • ‘Flowing gowns with side-splits reveal slim-line trousers and overtly high necks have dangerously low backs, whilst knitted snoods and jumpers are layered over strapless columned dresses.’