Dormer

A space which protrudes from the roof of a house, usually including one or more windows.

Dormer

A converted attic with windows projecting through a sloping roof.
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Dormer

A dormer is a structural element of a building that protrudes from the plane of a sloping roof surface. Dormers are used, either in original construction or as later additions, to create usable space in the roof of a building by adding headroom and usually also by enabling addition of windows. Often conflated with the term `dormer`, a dormer win.....
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Dormer

• (n.) Alt. of Dormer window
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Dormer

(window) A form of window ‘pushed up` through the roof line to bring extra light into the top of a building.
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Dormer

- An opening in a sloping roof, the framing of which projects out to form a vertical wall suitable for windows or other openings.
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dormer

dormer window noun a gabled extension built out from a sloping roof to accommodate a vertical window
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dormer

a gabled extension built out from a sloping roof
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dormer

a gabled extension built out from a sloping roof
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Dormer

A roof gable which is usually located at right angles to the main roof structure. Used to increase head room or as an architectural detail.
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Dormer

A separate smaller roofed structure that projects from a sloping roof to provide more space below the roof and to accommodate a vertical window.
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Dormer

a structural element of a building that protrudes from the plane of a sloping roof surface. Dormers are used, either in original construction or as later additions, to create usable space in the roof of a building by adding headroom and usually also by enabling addition of windows.
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Dormer

a structural element of a building that protrudes from the plane of a sloping roof surface.Dormers are used, either in original construction or as later additions, to create usable space in the roof of a building by adding headroom and usually also by enabling addition of windows.
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Dormer

A vertical structure, usually housing a window, that projects from a sloping roof and is covered by a separate roof structure.
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dormer

a window partly in the wall and partly in the roof
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Dormer

An opening in a sloping roof, the framing of which projects out to form a vertical wall suitable for
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dormer

dormer 1. A sleeping chamber, dormitory. 2. A resting place; a repository.
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dormer

gabled window
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Dormer

In architecture a dormer is a window pierced in a roof, and so set as to be vertical while the roof slopes away from it. The term also applies to the gablet, or house like structure, in which it is contained.
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dormer

in architecture, a vertical window that projects from a sloping roof and usually illuminates a bedroom. The term derives from the Latin dormitorium, ...
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dormer

The house-like structure which projects from a sloping roof.
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Dormer

Window placed vertically in sloping roof.
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Dormer

Window placed vertically in sloping roof.
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dormer

[n] - a gabled extension built out from a sloping roof to accommodate a vertical window
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Dormer

  A framed window unit projecting through the sloping plane of a roof.
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