from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The outer surface of a roof.
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- n. The top surface of a roof
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the top of a (usually flat) roof
Right now, we're seeing in Oakland, what our friends at Sungevity are calling the "rooftop revolution".
That of the rooftop is like an uneven rug of clear, clay roof tiles, highlighted by chimneys.
Although the rooftop is not normally accessible to the public, it is visually accessible from 33 taller buildings in the area.
It was all very nice and relaxing lolling around in rooftop heated pools; sauntering in and out of steam rooms; and standing under a giant ‘tropical rainstorm’-style shower.
If the area of the rooftop is 20′x18′ (6×5. 4 m), the distance between the apparent toes and head looks to be around 9′ (2. 75m).
Your rooftop is one of the premier spots for the Saturday night "navel battle" fireworks display.
On its rooftop is a large open lounge area with an infinity pool and crowned by a large palapa.
Then it was back to the Thompson, where Sir Richard hosted a VIP cocktail party up on the rooftop, which is a destination in its own right.
The rooftop was a "vision out of a nightmare," he recalled.
I haven't seen anybody up on the rooftop, which is some good news.
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