tile roof

  1. a roof made of fired clay tiles
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How To Use tile roof In A Sentence

  • I have tended, I confess, to sneer at white stucco walls and red tile roofs.
  • On the side streets are two-story houses faced in white stone and topped by red tile roofs.
  • There were buildings up against the outer wall: small wooden structures with tile roofs.
  • It combined Dutch elements (highpitched tile roofs) with porches, open kitchens, and servants quarters suited to the climate and social system.
  • As your ship passes three- and four-story Dutch colonial buildings with steep, gabled tile roofs and small dormer windows, you spot streets, too narrow for autos, lined with shops.
  • I have tended, I confess, to sneer at white stucco walls and red tile roofs.
  • The whole was situated in a small attic concealed behind the loft watertanks just beneath the pantile roof of the house. CONFESSIONAL
  • Across Yorkshire as a whole, 155 additional construction workers are needed with the necessary skills to maintain historic buildings - 48 carpenters, 45 slate and tile roofers, 36 stonemasons and 26 thatchers.
  • The exposition was a hit and so were the elaborate plaster ornamentation, wrought-iron grills and tile roofs.
  • The hospital was built as a three-story block under a low pitched, tile roof with a perpendicular wing facing the river, where porches provided convalescents with fresh air and room for exercise.
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