Definitions

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  • adj. Having a dormer.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having dormer-windows.

Etymologies

dormer +‎ -ed (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • New fireplaces were added, and a dormered room under the roof became a library.

    Imperfect Union

  • It looked like something out of a movie about the old south, all white plank siding, slanted roofs, and dormered windows.

    Vanished

  • Dante College was old, its anonymous architect unconcerned with the prospect of immortality; he had built gables and a profusion of dormered windows, absolutely dying to have his work buried under Virginia creeper.

    TOO MANY MURDERS

  • She snapped on the Christmas lights she and Noelle had strung around their dormered windows and watched as dusk began to settle over the campus.

    Last Christmas

  • The house he was headed for was at the end of the road, built of wood like most of its neighbors, and like them it was four windows wide and three stories tall, with a dormered roof and two chimneys.

    City of Glory

  • Bill thought he would also like to keep the new house's windows from opening directly onto Judith's parents 'dormered Cape, to the east, or onto the split-levels down the hill across the road, to the north.

    House

  • A narrow stairway on the far side led to a dormered attic.

    Rekindled

  • The army continued past the dormered cottages of Middleburg, on toward Leesburg and Waterford.

    The Guns Of The South

  • Losing yourself -- and with yourself your sense of the reality of things -- you wander into a maze of tall, beetle-browed old houses with tiny windows that lower at you from under their dormered lids like hostile eyes.

    Europe Revised

  • Looking the other way, which would be eastward, he could make out where these wholesale establishments tailed off, to be succeeded by the lower shapes of venerable dwellings adorned with the dormered windows and the hip roofs which distinguished a bygone architectural period.

    The Life of the Party

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