(comparative more aisled, superlative most aisled)
- Having aisles.
- The warehouse was aisled with rows of stacked boxes.
aisle + -ed
Variant of aisle
- a part of a church alongside the nave, choir, or transept, set off by a row of columns or piers
- a passageway between sections of seats in rows
- a narrow passageway, as between rows of trees
Origin of aisleMiddle English ile ; from Old French aile, wing, section of a building (see aileron); eastern; English -s- through confusion with isle