dormered


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dormered

(ˈdɔːmərd)
adj
having dormer windows
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Historic 1899 brick townhome with dormered roof located on a tree-lined block.
AT NINE, CURLED UP under a Roy Rogers blanket, the cold breath of death blew across my dark dormered bedroom.
But good Christians soldier onward, so we climb a cramped staircase to a dormered upstairs with un-level floors and spartan furnishings.
Eli even modified the plan to include a dormered, second-floor bedroom and playroom for Katie, which the Murrays wanted so she could feel part of the process.
amp;nbsp;The home features four bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen, wood-burning fireplace, a sunroom, a dormered attic bedroom and a detached garage, according to the listing details.
The common elements can be traced back centuries to the College of William & Mary: a red brick box, steeple, pronounced portico, dormered roof lines, and white-trimmed windows and portals.
Of course, Hopper could not ignore the dormered houses, mostly Victorian along the Gloucester shore.
Strict architectural principles dictate placement, proportion, and size of windows, and this house exhibits adherence to the old Palladian guidelines: long nine-over-nine, divided-light windows anchor the first floor porch, rising to six-over-six on the second story and the dormered third floor on top.
On a hot September day, my father and grandfather helped me move into a tiny, stuffy, dormered single on the fourth floor of aging Webster Hall.
The Platt House on E Street was the grandest of the homes, with two full stories plus a dormered attic.
One night my son was lying in his new bedroom, after we had just dormered the upstairs and finally had some extra space.