Mezzanine [noun]

Definition of Mezzanine:

lowest balcony

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Sentence/Example of Mezzanine:

I listened attentively and it seemed to me they were sitting in the mezzanine.

He mounted to the mezzanine floor, tried the door, and found it locked.

There, on a sort of mezzanine, he had a gorgeous little suite.

He found it on the mezzanine, suitably lavish, clean and well-furnished.

By and by, when she's foot-loose, she wants to see you in the mezzanine.

That she accompanied her down in the elevator, and saw her step off at the mezzanine.

No weapon protruded from the wound, nor was any found on or near her in the mezzanine.

The mezzanine and upper storey were not completed till the beginning of the 17th century.

The mezzanine floor of the department store was arranged as a lounge or waiting room for customers.

The mezzanine floor consisted of private rooms and had a separate exit to the boulevard!