ceilinged ceilinged


  • (adj) provided with a ceiling especially the overhead interior surface


  1. Gong, who moved to Hong Kong this year from New York's Chinatown, where he grew up, is out to change all that at his low-ceilinged dive bar.
  2. In the high-ceilinged library of an English manor house one rainy day this fall, a bony, white-haired priest in an oversized clerical collar pecked away at a portable typewriter.
  3. Zardari could scarcely conceal his delight from the moment he stepped into the high-ceilinged hall where Musharraf had held court over the past seven years.


  1. PriceChopper: 100 Eleventh Avenue Penthouse in the Midst of Epic Free Fall

    While the 4,675-square-foot Penthouse A in Jean Nouvel's 100 Eleventh Avenue sold for $19.4 million last year, its neighbor, the slightly larger (at 4,818 square feet) but lower-ceilinged Penthouse B has not...
    on July 17, 2013     Source: Curbed New York

  2. YEScarolina's entrepreneurship programs teach students to be their own bosses

    The YEScarolina Business Plan Competition, held in a low-ceilinged auditorium at the College of Charleston, is a cross between a high school speech club meeting and an episode of Shark Tank .
    on July 17, 2013     Source: Charleston City Paper

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    After 14 years as a culinary fixture in Eureka, Avalon is closing. Sunday night, Bastille Day, will be its last night serving dinner to the public in the high-ceilinged dining room. While Avalon and it's French-infused menu enjoyed a loyal following, the restaurant has struggled in recent years.
    on July 14, 2013     Source: The North Coast Journal


  1. "As I looked around the spare low-ceilinged room, I was brought back to basics," Duguid writes in the couple's sixth and most recent book, Beyond the Great Wall: Recipes and Travels in the Other China, published last year. "All that was...
    on Jul 19, 2009 By: Naomi Duguid Source: Toronto Star

  2. "He was truly a world citizen," said Kartapurkh Khalsa of Mortenson, who is large in stature. "He just felt comfortable anywhere. He was able to walk into any place, including some very low-ceilinged rooms, and be open to the people there."
    on Nov 21, 2008 By: Greg Mortenson Source: Kansas City Star

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