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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.
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.
Don't scrimp on lamps as low-ceilinged rooms can be very dark in winter (especially if your fireplace isn't as big and ostentatious as this one).
The 'lost' street revealed underground homes - tiny low-ceilinged rooms still with wooden window frames and solid wooden doors - and even larders.
This low-ceilinged pub also has guest rooms upstairs, and given that most people have had a lot of fresh air, it doesn't party on until late.
The dark, low-ceilinged lounge on the top floor, outfitted with a custom-cast silica bar by Brooklyn artist and furniture maker Fernando Mastrangelo, is the perfect aerie from which to take it in.
Overwhelmed by excitement, we did not mind the dark interiors of the low-ceilinged studio, and had eyes only for the dresser that had an army of lipsticks, eyebrow pencils and hairbrushes.
Exceptionally glossy, chestnut-toned hardwood floors extend from the entrance hall into the low-ceilinged but otherwise lofty combination living/dining room that features a snazzy brass Sputnik-style chandelier.
Some 30 years ago, these Tabrizis made up their minds, packed their belongings and left all the instruments of modernity behind to lead a simple life in the foothills of a soaring mountain and inside low-ceilinged houses on the bank of the Shahrud River.
In this full portrait, a little boy stands barefoot, crouched as if the frame of the photo were a low-ceilinged room into which he had to squeeze himself.