Definition of joisted in US English:

joisted

adjective

  • See joist

    • ‘These buildings are often distinguished by a ‘cavity wall’ lining the pit and often have joisted floors.’
    • ‘This is an invaluable concession as it will now allow flocks of breeding sheep and store lambs that are joisted out on other land to return to the farms from whence they came without having to go direct to the slaughter house.’
    • ‘We specialise in designing oak joisted ceilings, raftered roofs, inglenook fireplaces and open-fronted cartshed-style garages.’
    • ‘But Simon's writing sheds light only on how TV comedy is joisted together.’
    • ‘They seem quite happy to either accept stock joisted in for the season or contract rear the lambs for breeders.’