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  • noun Plural form of housetop.

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Examples

  • And when he was borne to his last resting place through the streets of the city, the sidewalks, the windows and the housetops were a throbbing mass of weeping women and men.

    The Victim A romance of the Real Jefferson Davis

  • That then may be said to be preached upon the housetops which is spoken in the hearing of all men.

    Catena Aurea - Gospel of Matthew

  • Therefore whatsoever you have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which you have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.

    Rev. Dr. Paul Bradley: Step Four: Letting Go to Let in God's Light and Love

  • Then came the meagre breakfast, the tramp through the dark, and the pale glimpse of day across the housetops as he turned his back on it and went in through the factory gate.

    THE APOSTATE: written by Jack London

  • Therefore whatsoever you have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which you have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.

    Rev. Dr. Paul Bradley: Step Four: Letting Go to Let in God's Light and Love

  • Across a ragged sky-line of housetops a pale light was beginning to creep.

    THE APOSTATE

  • In the interval the sun had made a golden ladder of the sky, flooded the world with its gracious warmth, and dropped down and disappeared in the west behind a ragged sky-line of housetops.

    THE APOSTATE: written by Jack London

  • In the interval the sun had made a golden ladder of the sky, flooded the world with its gracious warmth, and dropped down and disappeared in the west behind a ragged sky-line of housetops.

    THE APOSTATE

  • Then came the meagre breakfast, the tramp through the dark, and the pale glimpse of day across the housetops as he turned his back on it and went in through the factory gate.

    THE APOSTATE

  • Across a ragged sky-line of housetops a pale light was beginning to creep.

    THE APOSTATE: written by Jack London

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