unroofed

ADJECTIVE
  1. having no roof
    an unroofed shed
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How To Use unroofed In A Sentence

  • Mr Drew, now living in a nearby farmhouse, had to take on other engineering jobs including telescope building to raise cash, while the unroofed observatory walls lay open to the elements.
  • an unroofed shed
  • That must be the oval unroofed amphitheater in Rome. It was basically a stadium with comprehensive functions.
  • An unroofed section of passage, also rare in these tombs, gives access to the chamber entrance.
  • Our house was partially unroofed, the slates lay thick upon the ground.
  • Even while rising, a young upfold is often thus unroofed, and instead of appearing as a long, Smooth, boat-shaped ridge, it commonly has had opened along the rocks of the axis, when these are weak, a valley which is overlooked by the infacing escarpments of the hard layers of the sides of the fold. The Elements of Geology
  • The damage ranges from a house being unroofed at St Mary's to trees being uprooted throughout the state.
  • While the auditorium's revolving stage remained, the portal arch was transformed into arched bridges to sunken, unroofed parking areas.
  • All those people gathered in an unroofed stadium [is] not unlike what must have gone on in pagan sanctuaries.
  • That must be the oval unroofed amphitheater in Rome. It was basically a stadium with comprehensive functions.
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