Slype

The term slype is a variant of slip in the sense of a narrow passage; in architecture, the name for the covered passage usually found in monasteries or cathedrals between the transept and the chapter house, as at St Andrews, Winchester, Gloucester, Exeter and St. Albans. ...
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Slype

• (n.) A narrow passage between two buildings, as between the transept and chapter house of a monastery.
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Slype

Slype noun [ Confer Dutch sluipen to sneak.] (Architecture) A narrow passage between two buildings, as between the transept and chapter house of a monastery. [ Eng.]
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slype

covered passage between walls, or between transept and chapterhouse
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Slype

In architecture a slype is a narrow passage between two buildings, as between the transept and chapter house of a monastery, for example.
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slype

in architecture, covered passageway in a medieval English cathedral or monastery. The slype may lead from either the transept or the nave of the ...
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