Noun(1) the top of a (usually flat
(1) From the café on the rooftop you can look out across the massed roofs of the three component cities of medieval Fes.(2) a rooftop garden(3) Only those who had a tall rooftop to take refuge on were really safe from the wall of water that washed in from the sea.(4) It then grabbed a hold of the little railing around the rooftop of the building.(5) It also has two parks next to the school, a rooftop play area and a multi-purpose indoor play area for the children.(6) Finally, look as closely as you can, to a rooftop on one of the middle-sized buildings downtown.(7) I heard about a young man who watched the towers start to go down from his Manhattan rooftop .(8) rooftop protests(9) She points at a sloping rooftop , different from the flat and wide roofs of the local Arab dwellings.(10) On the rooftop she had a good view of the city, but disliked it immensely.(11) Hundreds of people are still waiting to be rescued from the rooftops of homes and buildings.(12) Pigeons cooed from the rooftops of buildings, and rats scurried along the floor.(13) So high that it preserves the view across the rooftops from the apartments opposite?(14) The red and gray sky above the rooftops is darkening and the inhabitants are hastening home for dinner.(15) While driving past an industrial park, I observed many buildings with empty rooftops .(16) Here the sunset wraps the masts, rooftops and steeples of the harbour and city in a sleepy peach-coloured haze.
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