Synonyms for dormer

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It had a dormer window, at no great distance above the eaves.

It reached a little above the eaves, right under the dormer window.

Then aloud to Revere: "Are you really worried about Dormer?"

The dormer window had sides which were curtained with green.

It was an attic at the top of the house, and had a dormer window with a north light.

There was not even a gable or a dormer to break the square solidity of the whole.

Then aloud to Revere: 'Are you really worried about Dormer?'

The chief news from this country is the death of old Mrs. Dormer.

A dormer window spread its background of light around her head.

Mr. Dormer was his chief medium of intelligence with England.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, originally "window of a sleeping room," from Middle French dormeor "sleeping room," from dormir "to sleep" (see dormant).

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