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garret

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noun gar·ret \ˈger-ət, ˈga-rət\

Definition of garret

  1. :  a room or unfinished part of a house just under the roof



Examples of garret in a sentence

  1. <bought a charming Victorian house with a garret that she hoped to turn into a writing room>



Origin and Etymology of garret

Middle English garite watchtower, turret, from Anglo-French, from garir


First Known Use: 14th century

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Rhymes with garret


GARRET Defined for Kids

garret

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noun gar·ret \ˈger-ət\

Definition of garret for Students

  1. :  a room or unfinished part of a house just under the roof





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