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(of a room or building) having a high ceiling or ceilings.‘an airy, high-ceilinged dining room’
roomy, commodious, capacious, palatial, airy, voluminous, sizeable, open, generous, large, big, vast, immense, rambling, ampleView synonyms
- ‘Double doors open through to a high-ceilinged conservatory, from where French doors lead out to the garden.’
- ‘A front door with overhead glass panel opens on to a high-ceilinged entrance hall.’
- ‘Sliding doors with a stained glass inset lead to a high-ceilinged reception room.’
- ‘The top level features two rooms of high-ceilinged, spacious gallery space and includes a comfortable viewing area and office space.’
- ‘Its high-ceilinged rooms, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, are decorated and furnished with exquisite taste.’
- ‘Within an enclosed compound, you discover a pristine, high-ceilinged exhibition space that occupies a renovated factory building.’
- ‘Chandeliers draped with fabric make the high-ceilinged space feel more intimate.’
- ‘Perched on a giant boulder up the hill is a high-ceilinged barn that serves as Team Adventure HQ.’
- ‘The first room, as high-ceilinged as a cathedral, is the most anticipated, as well as the least expected.’
- ‘A grandly arched passageway leads to the high-ceilinged gallery.’
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