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  • adjective Having a mansard roof.


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mansard +‎ -ed


  • The small room was an architectural afterthought, the result of a failed attempt at dignity, a mansarded cap on the larger guest dormitory below.

    Son of a Witch

  • This was the home of Malcolm Monroe, turreted, mansarded, generously filled with the glass windows that had come in a sailing vessel around the Horn.

    Martie, the Unconquered

  • Even in the daytime the mansarded house which now gloomed before him must look secret, mysterious.

    The Uttermost Farthing

  • 's Art Nouveau installation in the historic, mansarded Audiffred Building (1889) on the revived downtown waterfront.

    Bay Watch


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