finished basement/attic

noun
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of finished basement/attic

: a basement or attic that has floors, ceilings, and walls like the rooms in the main part of the house

Word by Word Definitions

finished play
  1. : entirely done : brought to a completed state

  2. : provided with a finish : having a final treatment or coating on the surface

  3. : marked by the highest quality : consummate

basement play
  1. : the part of a building that is wholly or partly below ground level

  2. : the ground floor facade or interior in Renaissance architecture

  3. : the lowest or fundamental part of something

attic play
  1. : a low story or wall above the main order of a facade in the classical styles

  2. : a room behind an attic

  3. : a room or a space immediately below the roof of a building : garret

  1. : of, relating to, or having the characteristics of Athens or its ancient civilization

  2. : marked by simplicity, purity, and refinement

  1. : a dialect of ancient Greek originally used in Attica and later the literary language of the Greek-speaking world


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