Synonyms for attic

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This time, however, he sat down in the attic and began to read it.

Between one and two in the morning our driver descended from his attic.

Never mind; give it all the same; the picture will be of use, and we will adorn our attic with it.

His Uncle William was in the kitchen when he descended the stairs from the attic.

Then he too went up the ladder, and found himself with the others in an attic.

Then he came home, ate his supper in silence, and went up to his attic.

They had begun with the attic, in their rearranging, and this room remained unchanged.

It was well that the attic should be cleaned, though the savor of the task was gone.

So I bought this nickel one, an' carted t'other off into the attic. '

He had found an old magic lantern in the attic and that was enough.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, "pertaining to Attica," from Latin Atticus, from Greek Attikos "Athenian, of Attica," the region around Athens (see Attica). Attested from 1560s as an architectural term for a type of column base.

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classical

adjectiveconcerning ancient culture
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