cathedral ceiling


Definition of cathedral ceiling

  1. :  a high ceiling that has two sides that slant downwards from a pointed top

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  of, relating to, or containing a cathedra

    :  emanating from a chair of authority

    :  suggestive of a cathedral

  1. :  a church that is the official seat of a diocesan bishop

    :  something that resembles or suggests a cathedral (as in size or importance)

  1. :  the overhead inside lining of a room

    :  material used to ceil a wall or roof of a room

    :  something thought of as an overhanging shelter or a lofty canopy

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