Steeple



noun
1.
an ornamental construction, usually ending in a spire, erected on a roof or tower of a church, public building, etc.
2.
a tower terminating in such a construction.
3.
(loosely) a spire.
verb (used with object), steepled, steepling.
4.
to provide with or form into a steeple or steeplelike configuration.
noun
1.
a tall ornamental tower that forms the superstructure of a church, temple, etc
2.
such a tower with the spire above it
3.
any spire or pointed structure

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