英 美 ['stɔrɪd]
- adj. 以历史画装饰的；传说上有名的；...层楼的
- storied (adj.1)
- late 15c., "ornamented with scenes from history" (of books, walls, etc.), from past participle of verb form of story (n.1). Meaning "celebrated in history or legend" is from 1725.
- storied (adj.2)
- "having stories or floors" of a certain type or number, 1620s, from story (n.2).
- 1. the rock star's storied career
- 2. This multi - storied building is more grand than what I imagine.
- 3. Europe held forth the charms of storied and poetical association.
- 4. He storied about his academic career and his professional career.
- 5. A twenty storied building springs high above the city.
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