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My room was upstairs, in an attic under a dormer roof.
Shingled siding and dormers give the four-bedroom, five-bathroom home an East Coast vibe.
Her large studio, with dormers that lend lots of natural light, is on the second floor of the home.
Elwell was working on the dormer of a house, at nearly three stories high.
Located in Wunderlich Park near Woodside, and thoroughly restored at a cost of more than $3 million, this two-story, cupolaed stable is complete with hip roof, dormers and porte-cochere.
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Origin and Etymology of dormer
First Known Use: 1592See Words from the same year
DORMER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dormer for English Language Learners
: a window that is in a part of a building that sticks out from a slanted roof
: the part of a building that contains a dormer
DORMER Defined for Kids
Definition of dormer for Students
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