Dormer [noun]

Definition of Dormer:

room on upper floor

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Sentence/Example of Dormer:

Two broad dormer windows looked out toward the Gulf, and as far across it as a man's eye might reach.

Robert went over and seated himself on the broad sill of one of the dormer windows.

Then the roof itself, with its gables and dormer windows, softly folded itself flat down upon the top of the house, out of sight.

Your old homestead is the loveliest place around, with its deep eaves and dormer-windows and vines.

A girl came out of lawyer Royall's house, at the end of the one street of North Dormer, and stood on the doorstep.

The sight of the stranger once more revived memories of Nettleton, and North Dormer shrank to its real size.

North Dormer took the Mountain for granted, and implied its disparagement by an intonation rather than by explicit criticism.

A gabled shingled roof was commonly used; wherever they could be afforded, dormer windows were added.

There are several dormer windows and the entire structure is 200 feet long.

Beneath the high-pointed roof were big dormer windows, and huge chimneys flanked each side of the house.