Definition of rooftop
: roof; especially : the outer surface of a roof
Examples of rooftop in a Sentence
They have a garden on the rooftop of the apartment building.
He wanted to shout from the rooftops when he got the job.
Recent Examples of rooftop from the Web
Their first date was on the rooftop at Wokcano, a restaurant in Santa Monica.
And yet, when meeting Christie on a Friday morning in the rooftop bar of a London music venue, the full 6 foot 3 inches of her can still take you aback, even without her character’s coat of armor.
Wednesday's announcement on the rooftop of Alpha Square, a downtown housing complex for low-income and formerly homeless people, is the latest in a series of actions aimed at helping San Diego’s homeless.
The Chicago Athletic Association offers several dining options, none more popular than the rooftop Cindy's, with its beautiful lake and Millennium Park views; the line for the elevator to Cindy's snakes around the main floor.
Owners and guests also have access to the 5,000-square-foot rooftop Skygate Terrace, which will have tents and catering for home games.
But the nine-bedroom, nine-bathroom proved hard to unload, despite perks such as a rooftop skate park, a professional recording studio and a shark lagoon.
One of DTLA’s OG rooftops, Perch was pretty much made for sipping a glass of Cava or a craft cocktail and gazing at Bunker Hill and Pershing Square.
Like Bermuda's corrugated limestone rooftops—built by the earliest inhabitants to collect rainwater when faced with a dearth of fresh water sources—these circular gateways, called moongates, have become synonymous with Bermudian architecture.
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First Known Use of rooftop
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Definition of rooftop for English Language Learners
: the upper surface of a roof
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