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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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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.
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.
Often have I sighed in those low-ceilinged rooms, yet disappointments have come neither less nor lighter since I quitted them.
{entresol = mezzanine, low-ceilinged area between between the first and second floors}
The two explorers reached a low-ceilinged cave bathed in ruby-red light.
Visitors would enter his buildings through a vestibule, then pass along a low-ceilinged corridor to a multi-storey, light-filled atrium.
The other major difficulty is the set, a case of "nice model box, shame about the show." Designer Ultz has created a cramped, low-ceilinged, widescreen box of a stage that fits the show's avowedly presentational style.
They fit so neatly into the space that from the outside it's impossible to guess there's a fully-operational brewery behind the wall of the low-ceilinged farm building.
Anyway, it was worth the roundabout route to go down 200 metres at the base of Winnats Pass and then duck down for a short boat trip along a low-ceilinged canal to the Bottomless Pit, a limestone cavern that is, well, cavernous.
A big part of the project was to make the long, low-ceilinged platforms much brighter and more comfortable for passengers.
Bench seats lift to reveal storage areas, and low-ceilinged hideaways under the eaves serve as children's sleeping quarters.