Garret [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Garret:

On the way he told Sam of the “swell visitors” to the garret, whom Laidlaw had prevented him from going back to see.

Indeed he would certainly have been one of themselves but for garret-garden influences.

I wish we were at home, and I was comfortably laid up in our damp garret, with a fine twinging fit of the rheumatism.

Finally the ladies retired to rest in the garret, and the gentlemen went to sleep in the garden.

Laidlaw threw his heavy bulk against the door, burst lock and hinge, and sent it flat on the garret floor.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard's compliments to Mrs. Garret, and accept with pleasure her kind invitation for Wednesday.

Buried, no doubt, in some garret hermitage or studio, they emerge thus weekly to greet silently the passing world.

The typical early row house, however, was a timber structure usually two stories high with an upper garret often included.

It comes lightning-like down from heaven, into the mountain house and the town garret; into the palace and into the cottage.

He tells her a ghastly story of a titan soul who starved in a garret and shot himself, crushed by the mockery of the world.