loft

Part of speech: noun

A low story under a roof; an elevated gallery in a large room; any floor in a building adapted for manufacture or business.

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Usage examples "loft":

  1. The three went around to the back of the organ loft. - "Brother Copas", Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.
  2. The " hotel" was a saloon with a loft where you might sleep if you had courage. - "Roosevelt in the Bad Lands", Hermann Hagedorn.
  3. Mesty hastened to obey, and soon returned with a report that there was a trap- door leading into the loft under the roof, and that they could draw the ladder up after them. - "Mr. Midshipman Easy", Captain Frederick Marryat.