loft[ lawft, loft ]SEE DEFINITION OF loft
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOFT
As to the building, I am soon disappointed, because the work is all done in one loft.
You may have as many tulips as you like: I have three hundred of them in my loft.
The loft, over the part where the cider-mill was, was the corn-house.
It consisted of two rooms and a loft in the pitch of the roof.
This was the general opinion of the class of 19—, that old "Loosh had pigeons in his loft."
He deliberately pitched them into a loft, where they were left.
A pair of barn-owls from the loft in the farm suffered next.
It struck six; only an hour had passed since I had my awakening in the loft.
Fortunately a loft of some kind separated the heavens from the occupants.
She ran to the loft above and carried down cots and blankets.