Definition of Rooftop

1. Noun. The top of a (usually flat) roof.

Generic synonyms: Top, Top Side, Upper Side, Upside



Definition of Rooftop

1. Noun. The top surface of a roof ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rooftop

1. a roof [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rooftop

roofing paper
roofing tile
roofings
roofless
rooflessness
rooflet
rooflets
rooflike
roofline
rooflines
roofs
roofscape
roofscapes
roofspace
roofspaces
rooftop (current term)
rooftops
rooftree
rooftrees
roofward
roofy
rooibos
rooigras
rooikat
rooinek
rooineks
rook
rooke
rooked
rookeries

Literary usage of Rooftop

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1. Agropolis: The Social, Political And Environmental Dimensions of Urban by Luc J. A. Mougeot (2005)
"... Figure 6.4 Family of proud rooftop animal raisers in the municipality of El Cerro but from its creative and recreational dimensions - an issue only ..."

2. Site Planning for Solar Access: A Guidebook for Residential Developers and by Duncan Erley, Martin Jaffe (1997)
"In the case of rooftop access, north shadow projection must be drawn in cross-section as in ... Shadow Projection for rooftop Access BUILDING A Figure 116. ..."

3. Directory of Energy Information Administration Models (1995) by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Independent Reviews Conducted: None. Status of Evaluation Efforts by Sponsor: None. Market Penetration Model for Residential rooftop Photovoltaic Systems ..."

4. San Francisco: A Photographic Portraitby Brad Perks, Photographer by Brad Perks, Photographer (2005)
"The rooftop at Yerba Buena Gardens ... The rooftop is an ambitious development on top of the underground section of the Convention Center that is devoted to ..."

5. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"1971 using a rooftop observatory to track the Apollo 13 spacecraft —Henry SF Cooper, Jr., New Yorker, 11 Nov. 1972 were handsomely refurbished and a rooftop ..."

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