Spires [noun]

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Now, spire by spire, fast sped and glided that blazing serpent.

"To church—the church with a spire at the end of the parade," said Lovibond.

Surmounting its Early English tower is a spire of later date.

The church is cruciform, and its spire the landmark for the surrounding country.

The style is Early English, and the spire reaches a height of 227 feet.

The beams of light glistened off the spire of the Galactic cache.

About the same time a spire of timber covered with lead was erected on the Tower.

The spire was, we believe, finally removed about the end of the last century.

On the third day, on a fine sunny afternoon, I departed from the city of the spire.

Its tower and spire, rising to the height of 150 feet, can be seen for some distance.