|hipped roof, sloped roof||hip roof|
|(Architecture) ornament placed at the eave of a tiled roof to conceal the joints where the tiles meet; ornament located above the top molding of a cornice; ornament of a frieze, roof ornament||antefix|
|a trademark for a prefabricated structure that has a semicircular roof curving downward to form walls, often used to house military personnel||Quonset|
|act of covering with slate (as of a roof); roofing materials, slates; scolding, reprimand, activity of laying slates||slating|
|act of prevention or frustration; seat across a boat used by an oarsman, athwart, crosswise seat in boat, diagonal, slanted, sloped, extending across, frustrate something, foil, impede||thwart|
|add topping to something, beginning or earliest part, best part, car roof, crown of head, cut top off something, distill volatile part of solution, exceed or better something, first half of baseball inning, garment covering upper body, high, highest pa...||top|
|adjoining roof or shed, housing for service equipment||penthouse|
|aesthetic taste, part of a flower, roof of mouth; sense of taste; aesthetic taste, roof of the mouth||palate|
|aggressive speech aiming to persuade somebody, angle to which propeller set, degree of elevation of roof, degree of slope of something, distance between similar forms, distance separating climbers, establish, erect; throw, toss; cover with tar, spread ...||pitch|
|American Indian shelter that has a roof made of a framework of poles covered by brush or matting, Native N American hut, wikiup||wickiup|
|angle between roof slopes, low area of land located between hills or mountains, low-lying area, low-lying land around a river, valley -shaped hollow||valley|
|angle, slope, slant; spread, spread outward, make sides of something slant, slant to sides of opening, sloped or beveled surface, spread apart, turned outward; awkward, clumsy, spread flat and outward, spread wide and outward, turn out awkwardly, turne...||splay|
|angled backward, slanted backwards, sloped backwards||backswept|
|animal with a saddle-shaped marking, saddle roof||saddleback|
|any slatted opening, frame with horizontal slats, roof structure releasing smoke, slat in louver||louver; louvre|
|arbor made from columns and a trellis roof (used for growing climbing vines), structure that supports climbing plants||pergola|
|arched; having an arched roof or ceiling, covered with a vault, built with a vault||vaulted|
|area immediately under roof||attic|
|attic, room or storage area under a roof; upper story of a factory or warehouse; gallery in a church; hayloft, elevated room in house, hit ball high, keep in loft, roof space, slanting angle on golf club, thickness of fabric, throw or hit something hig...||loft|
|attic, section of a house situated under the roof, attic; (British slang) head||garret|
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