garret

IPA: gˈɛrɪt

noun

  • An attic or semi-finished room just beneath the roof of a house.
  • A male given name

Examples of "garret" in Sentences

  • Here at home I have a little room I call the garret, and I sit with my laptop in my Ekorne chair (great for backs!) and ottoman.
  • "The well-worn cliche of the writer starving in the garret is so much more picturesque than the bitter reality of living in poverty with a child."
  • Chesterfield’s fallacious patronage made him feel, he dismissed the word garret from the sad group, and in all the subsequent editions the line stands
  • He still inhabited the upper room, which he calls a garret; it would not seem that the alteration in his status, assistant now and no longer apprentice, had increased his social conveniences.
  • But after experiencing the uneasiness which Lord Chesterfield's fallacious patronage made him feel, he dismissed the word garret from the sad group, and in all the subsequent editions the line stands
  • But after experiencing the uneasiness which Lord Chesterfield's fallacious patronage made him feel, he dismissed the word garret from the sad group, and in all the subsequent editions the line stands --
  • LOL - after writing and posting the first comment, I had this incredibly vivid image of a mad scientist writer woman, wild haired, hunkered down with laptop in garret by moonlight, readying for the evening's writing, hooking up an IV to the arm of the Universe itself.
  • At twenty, though obliged to trudge on foot from town to town, and country to country, paying for a supper and a bed by a tune on the flute, everything pleased, everything was good; a truckle bed in a garret was a conch of down, and the homely fare of the peasant a feast fit for an epicure.

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