mansard

adjective (of a roof) having two slopes on all sides with the lower slope steeper than the upper; `the story formed by a mansard roof is usually called the garret`
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Mansard

A roof having a double slope on all four sides, the lower slope being much steeper. In rowhouse design, a double-sloped roof on the building front, below a flat roof.
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Mansard

a roof with a double slope in which the top part is shallower.
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Mansard

Mansard: for French architects thus named, use Mansart.
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mansard

[adj] - (of a roof) having two slopes on all sides with the lower slope steeper than the upper 2. [n] - a hip roof having two slopes on each side
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