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Adj.1.low-ceilinged - having a lower than normal ceiling
ceilinged - provided with a ceiling especially the overhead interior surface; "the large beam-ceilinged living room"
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entresol = mezzanine, low-ceilinged area between between the first and second floors}
Often have I sighed in those low-ceilinged rooms, yet disappointments have come neither less nor lighter since I quitted them.
As Tarzan was dickering at Bouira for a mount he caught a brief glimpse of a man in European clothes eying him from the doorway of a native coffeehouse, but as Tarzan looked the man turned and entered the little, low-ceilinged mud hut, and but for a haunting impression that there had been something familiar about the face or figure of the fellow, Tarzan gave the matter no further thought.
He crossed the road, pushed open the door, and found himself in a low-ceilinged office, with a long counter at one end and a great number of wooden sections of ships stuck upon boards and plastered all over the walls.
The inspector's view: "14th century thatched pub with a delightful terrace, a low-ceilinged bar and a brasserie-like restaurant with a chef's table.
Caption: Ancient walkway: Stone Age footprints in the Niaux cave system in France were made by a girl who walked across a low-ceilinged area, African trackers concluded in an unusual project organized by archaeologists.
Instead this large low-ceilinged room has three separate open plan dining areas that can seat up to a total capacity of 100 covers.
Parts of the house have high, slanted ceilings, as though you were in a hayloft, while other rooms reflect the low-ceilinged, light-deprived architecture of the period.
No matter, it still needs an alarm, they said, after poking around the cool, low-ceilinged cement-floored space.
During Mass in a low-ceilinged recreation room painted in two-tone gray, the prisoners pray for their families, their health and freedom.
Located in the basement of the hip and happening Madler's Passage, the restaurant is a series of low-ceilinged rooms with wooden decor, floor and furniture.