entresol

[ en-ter-sol, ahn-truh-, en-; French ahn-truh-sawl ]SEE DEFINITION OF entresol

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My bedroom was on the first floor, above an entresol, and looked into the back street.

Mrs. Entresol is an old acquaintance of mine, and I esteem her highly.

The solar was an intermediate storey, resembling the French entresol.

He would come down from the entresol and talk to his mother quite often.

On reaching the second room I was referred to another room on the entresol.

She is a tenant in their house; she occupies the entresol beneath their apartment.

The ware-room of the "entresol" separated him from the rooms on the ground-floor.

You forbade me to mention the young girl on the entresol, monsieur.

He quickened his pace, came to the rue Madame, and rang at an entresol.

The entresol was dim and the Grand Vizier was slow with candles.

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