Definitions for aisled
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a walkway between or along sections of seats, shelves, counters, etc., as in a theater, church, or department store.
a longitudinal division in a church, separated from the main area or nave by an arcade or the like.
Idioms for aisle:
in the aisles, (of an audience) convulsed with laughter.
Origin of aisle:
1350–1400; resp. (with ai < F) of earlier i(s)le, yle, late ME
The warehouse was aisled with rows of stacked boxes.
furnished with an aisle or aisles