garret garret  /ˈɡɛ rɪt/


  • (n) floor consisting of open space at the top of a house just below roof; often used for storage



  1. He quit the monastery and moved into a garret in Paris.
  2. On the other hand, garret-dwelling, check-bouncing, alimony-dodging authors will find that a light-bulb has popped on in their minds.
  3. Ludwig van Beethoven fiddled at five; Johann Sebas tian Bach permitted himself, a small moppet, to be discovered poring over music at night in the garret.


  1. Iowa tennis players put the "student" back in student-athlete

    Hawkeye men’s tennis players Garret Dunn, Andres Estenssoro, Michael Swank, Chase Tomlins, and Joey White were five of Iowa’s 57 student athletes to receive Academic All-Big Ten recognition for the 2013 spring semester.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Daily Iowan

  2. An eye on the sky

    Sentinel photo by BUFFIE BOYER From left, Garret, Waylon and Zak Palm, all of Honey Grove, discovered a weather balloon with a camera attached while riding their four-wheelers through the woods near their home Thursday.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Lewistown Sentinel

  3. Wedbush analysts bullish on Pier 1 Imports

    Wedbush analysts Joan Storms and John Garret said Thursday that they think sales momentum is strong for Pier 1 Imports Inc. and reiterated an "Outperform" rating on its shares. THE OPINION: The ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News

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  • "Garret did not see the ball in the outfield today," Scioscia said. "You can't take a chance like that if you're not seeing the ball as clearly as you need to. Up until now, he had been fine with that."
    on Oct 7, 2007 By: Mike Scioscia Source:

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