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- adj. especially in combination Having a (specified type of) ceiling
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Furnished with a ceiling.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. provided with a ceiling especially the overhead interior surface
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We visit Geithner in his "high-ceilinged office" at Treasury and catch up with a freshly-tanned Larry Summers at a "restaurant in suburban Boston."
One climbs broad steps into a cool, high-ceilinged foyer.
Another door gave access to a long, low room, beam-ceilinged, with a fireplace in which an ox could have been roasted.
But he's already managed to build a modern, high-ceilinged domed complex where most of his work is carried out.
With its magnificent domes and arches, the limestone-colored structure transports visitors back to an era of craftsmanship: a large, white marble fountain greets visitors in a high-ceilinged lobby with an octagonal entrance and a brick-inlaid dome.
To say this does not make fewer the rooms of the house or lessen its zinc-ceilinged hallways.
The Turkish bath was a series of high-ceilinged rooms, some warm, some mildly hot and some burning.
The high-ceilinged dining room's towering windows look out onto a terrace, which, in fine weather, has some of the most sought-after tables in town.
One passes the pair of sculpted lions, ascends a flight of stairs into a huge high-ceilinged room of impressive silence where I read incessantly without direction but with a newfound fascination that made up for years of illiteracy.
The arched ceilinged, pillow-laden Med joint's backing up their date-friendly menu of shared plates with V-Day specials like snapper ceviche w/ orange salad, and the rum ice cream-abetted Chocolate and Coconut Marquise, which is best enjoyed backed by the decadent arrangements of de Sade.