high-ceilinged high-ceilinged


  • (adj) having a higher than normal ceiling


  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. She ushers me into the high-ceilinged dining room, with its massive wooden beams, stone-and-brick fireplace, antique terra-cotta floor tiles and thick walls of stone and mortar.


  • Friends of Saxonville to hold benefit for Athenaeum

    After growing up in Saxonville, Susan Silva still remembers the fun and excitement of attending Girl Scout meetings and dances amid the high-ceilinged grandeur of now shuttered Athenaeum Hall.  
    on September 16, 2013     Source: The MetroWest Daily News

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