high-ceilinged love

Definitions

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  • adj. having a higher than normal ceiling

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Examples

  • 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.

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  • But he's already managed to build a modern, high-ceilinged domed complex where most of his work is carried out.

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  • I lived on Schiller Street, where there were still a lot of family duplexes and old houses and where the abandoned mills and meatpacking plants were being converted into studios or bright, high-ceilinged offices for start-ups that had moved into the neighborhood.

    So Much Pretty

  • Six hundred delegates crowded into the plain and high-ceilinged room and swore they would remain together until France had a constitution—a decisive and revolutionary act.

    Bloodlust

  • In the last fifteen minutes, with the family gathered in the beautiful, high-ceilinged room that overlooked an expanse of darkening water and sky, the petty comments had run nonstop.

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  • This one, in a converted flat on the Gran Via close to the airport bus stop at Rocafort is airy, high-ceilinged and colourful, with baroque furniture and chandeliers, while its staff could not be more helpful.

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  • The high-ceilinged interior served as a meeting place for Montserrat Roig, the feminist novelist, and Víctor Mora, the creator of the comic-book hero Capitán Trueno and melancholy novels about Barcelona under Franco.

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  • Wearing a tie but no jacket, Sawyer appeared unintimidated by the Rayburn Building's high-ceilinged chamber.

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  • Donovan took the high-ceilinged corner office on the first floor of the “Kremlin,” as staffers soon nicknamed the East Building.

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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."

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