entresol

NOUN
  1. intermediate floor just above the ground floor
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How To Use entresol In A Sentence

  • She made a formal declaration that her Majesty, with the assistance of Madame Campan, had packed up all her jewelry some time before the departure; that she was certain of it, as she had found the diamonds, and the cotton which served to wrap them, scattered upon the sofa in the Queen's closet in the 'entresol'; and most assuredly she could only have seen these preparations in the interval between seven in the evening and seven in the morning. Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete
  • Presumably the notary conducted his business in the entresol and his private life above. DOUBTFUL MOTIVES
  • 'entresol', where I supposed she had taken refuge, to induce her to come down, fancying it safer that we should not be separated. Marie Antoinette — Volume 06
  • Queen's closet in the 'entresol'; and most assuredly she could only have seen these preparations in the interval between seven in the evening and seven in the morning. Marie Antoinette — Complete
  • In my confusion I imagined, a moment before the assailants entered the Queen's apartments, that my sister was not among the group of women collected there; and I went up into an 'entresol', where I supposed she had taken refuge, to induce her to come down, fancying it safer that we should not be separated. Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete
  • A splendid double staircase leads to the ground floor as high as an 'entresol'. The French Immortals Series — Complete
  • The shop and entresol at that time were tenanted by a tinman; the landlord occupied the first floor; the four upper stories were rented by very decent working girls, who were treated by the portress and the proprietor with some consideration and an obligingness called forth by the difficulty of letting a house so oddly constructed and situated. Scenes from a Courtesan's Life
  • (I should have prefaced this anecdote by saying, for the benefit of those readers who have never been in Paris, that the entresol is a low story just over the shops, and that the Rue de Rivoli is one of the noisiest streets in the city.) -- "But Feuillet has leased the third and fourth floors: why don't you receive up there?" responded the visitor. Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, September, 1878
  • A helper class (RecipientResolver), shown in the following code snippet, uses Sametime LookupService and Resolver classes to convert recipient names to Sametime directory entries (STObject instances).
  • In the entresol of this house was one of his finest treasures — a carved and floriated base bearing a tapering monolith some four feet high, crowned by the head of a peculiarly goatish Pan, by the side of which were the problematic remains of a lovely nude nymph — just the little feet broken off at the ankles. The Financier
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