loft


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Synonyms for loft

floor consisting of a large unpartitioned space over a factory or warehouse or other commercial space

floor consisting of open space at the top of a house just below roof

(golf) the backward slant on the head of some golf clubs that is designed to drive the ball high in the air

a raised shelter in which pigeons are kept

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store in a loft

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propel through the air

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kick or strike high in the air

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lay out a full-scale working drawing of the lines of a vessel's hull

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Halfway up the high wall there was a rude timber platform under the upper window, a small loft which was more like a large shelf.
That loft up there is a sort of lumber room without any lumber.
The two lads who slept in the chaff-cutting loft above the harness-room were quickly aroused.
Only Friar Tuck leaned over the edge of the choir loft and called out to him ere he had gone, "Good den, Sir Knight.
And he had had a swift vision of his mother and brothers and sisters, their multitudinous wants, the house with its painting and repairing, its street assessments and taxes, and of the coming of children to him and Genevieve, and of his own daily wage in the sail-making loft.
Give me the pigeon and I'll follow her to her loft where ever it is.
She jumped from the loft onto the load and from the load to the floor, and caught up the little bleeding, warm, dead body, Anne--they had to tear it from her before she would let it go.
This roof concealed a loft, from which gods and goddesses or any appropriate properties could be let down by mechanical devices.
Why, one morning there came a quantity of people and set to work in the loft.
Come, in due time, organist and bellows-boy, peeping down from the red curtains in the loft, fearlessly flapping dust from books up at that remote elevation, and whisking it from stops and pedals.
She thought: accident--terrible accident--blood to the head--fell down a trap door in the loft.
It consisted of one room, bare-roofed and bare-walled of course, with a loft above.
It was but a loft partitioned into two compartments, where they were to rest, but they were well pleased with their lodging and had hoped for none so good.
de Beaufort finished by giving away his horses and the hay from his lofts.
The house of Shaws stood some five full storeys high, not counting lofts.