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In the high raftered kitchen our midday meal was already cooking; the little cobbled court was piled high with luggage.
THE DARK FORESTHUGH WALPOLE
The lines of the walls receded as the light increased, and the raftered ceiling drew away, luring the eyes upward.
The sitting-rooms are all two stories high, with pointed raftered roofs.
A VOYAGE IN THE 'SUNBEAM'ANNIE ALLNUT BRASSEY
The walls were whitewashed; the floor was laid with red bricks; the roof raftered.
Within she saw a huge, raftered hall hung with antlers and guns and saddles, pelts, fox-brushes.
KILDARES OF STORMELEANOR MERCEIN KELLY
The movement of the ice increased, and the rumbling and roaring, as it raftered, was deafening.
Lights were produced, and we saw a deep raftered cavity between the floor of this room and the ceiling of the room beneath.
Its low, raftered interior, its weather-beaten exterior, never fail to appeal.
REMODELED FARMHOUSESMARY H. NORTHEND
We could not go on until either the lead had frozen or until it had raftered shut.
For a minute the wicks flickered, puffing odd jets of shadow on the raftered ceiling.
THROUGH WELSH DOORWAYSJEANNETTE AUGUSTUS MARKS

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