I've encountered with this expression while reading the following phrase:

"Atlantis's great golden gate confined a Jewel-Spried city whos magnificence has yet to be equaled."

Can someone explain to me the meaning of "Jewel-Spried", and prehaps the whole sentence Emotion: smile

Thanks in advance.
"Jewel-spired" probably means spires made of jewels. Behind the golden gates of Atlantis was a city filled with buildings with spires of jewels, so magnificent - there has never been such a great city before.
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Is the meaning of "Spires" here is: Towers?
Yes, probably - with cone-shaped tops.

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