Definition of Mansarded

1. Adjective. Having a mansard roof. ¹



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Definition of Mansarded

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mansarded

manreds
manrent
manrents
manrider
manriders
manroot
manroots
manrope
manropes
mans
mansaf
mansard
mansard roof
mansard roofs
mansarded (current term)
mansards
manscape
manscaped
manscapes
manscaping
manse
manservant
manservants
manses
mansfieldite
manshift
manshifts
manship
manshiply

Literary usage of Mansarded

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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"... place is mansarded in such a way that the sides are only about four feet high. The floor of this part of the barn measures about thirty by forty feet. ..."

2. New Orleans; the Place and the People by Grace Elizabeth King (1895)
"... her father's old pointed, red-tiled roofed Spanish buildings into the present French row, to be in harmony with the mansarded Cabildo and convent. ..."

3. The Enchanted Woods: And Other Essays on the Genius of Places by Vernon Lee (1905)
"... set those boulevards with handsome little hotels, mansarded and ceil de bœuf'd, but now very sad in their turn among the little gardens. ..."

4. Choisy: A Novel by James P. Story (1872)
"... a man in your shoes may build his ' castles in Spain ' •where he likes, fine, five-storied, substantial ones, marbled and mansarded and all that, eh ? ..."

5. The Void of War: Letters from Three Fronts by Reginald John Farrer (1918)
"Just along the hill there is a tall old mansarded chateau, which you can not only tell was a chateau, but which still is, with a roof and walls still ..."

6. New Orleans: The Place and the People by Grace Elizabeth King (1895)
"... her father's old pointed, red-tiled roofed Spanish buildings into the present French row, to be in harmony with the mansarded Cabildo and convent. ..."

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