- adj. alternative spelling of roll-top.
“A wine-red couch against the far wall, with a chipped wooden rolltop desk next to it, the kind with all the pigeonhole compartments.”
“The accompanying photo shows me in my office at my rolltop desk.”
“In my role as liaison between Pop and Uncle Albert, I would walk up the concrete stairs to the second floor where Pop sat in a tiny room with a rolltop desk, a swimsuit calendar, and a file cabinet behind him, poring over a cigar box full of invoices.”
“In his antique rolltop desk, in one of the pigeonhole drawers, I found some bindled white powder and some fragrant green.”
“This rolltop desk was used for business and a low table to the left (unseen in this photo) was where he actually wrote.”
“The rolltop desk, table, and other items from the cottage study are on display at the House of Happy Walls Museum.”
“It resembled the sliding cover of a rolltop desk, and was just big enough for the insertion of a nuclear warhead.”
“Drawers or ‘rolltop’ covers for pull out shelves with perforated bottoms to keep thing (especially external hard drives) cool would be nice.”
“With their stripped beams, wooden floors and rolltop baths, the former servants' quarters at the Oddfellows bar and restaurant 01244 400001, oddfellows.biz, doubles from £175, room only make four decadent guest rooms, though be warned that noise filters up from the bar – there's live music from an acoustic band on Thursdays.”
“Jaya pushed back the cover on the big rolltop desk that was shoved into a corner of the living room, and began looking for phone numbers.”
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