- adj. Multi-storey.
- adj. having more than one story
“Presenting Hav as a fascinating nexus of East and West, a teeming entrepôt of cross-breeding cultures, Ms. Morris describes the architecture with great relish: There are mosques from brief Arab rule during the Crusades, Russian onion-domed palaces, colonial remnants from the post-Napoleonic "Hav Britannica," and "the most cheerful of follies," a multistoried pagoda built by 15th-century Ming Dynasty traders.”
“The U.S. Olympic Committee's sponsors refitted the multistoried restaurant.”
“This culture was exported to Crete, where it flourished in populous, well-organized cities, multistoried palaces, networks of fine roads, productive farms, an almost-modern system of drainage and irrigation works, a rich economy with high living standards, and the lively and joyous artistic style so characteristic of Cretan life and sensibility.”
“Meanwhile, Style. com threw its 10th-anniversary party at what it was calling the SoHo Mansion, a stunning multistoried townhouse belonging to 2003 "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" remake director Marcus Nispel.”
“I am from Ukraine, I live in Kiev, but at that time i worked with a girl whose family lived in the same entrance of the multistoried building as one of those teenagers.”
“The two glass-walled, multistoried buildings housing F&D were tucked away in a woods beside the interstate.”
“Several multistoried, sprawling structures stood in various states of disrepair, providing countless nooks and crannies in which a man could hide.”
“Jenkins jerked the car to a stop in front of a multistoried building.”
“A large, multistoried “Eye Center” competes with a similarly big “Sight Center” and the Strom Eye Center and a couple of other ophthalmologists a little ways down.”
“Soon enough things were sunny and dry again, and we were all living in a white multistoried house or possibly a beached yacht.”
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