plural pent·hous·es [pent-hou-ziz]. /ˈpɛntˌhaʊ zɪz/.
- an apartment or dwelling on the roof of a building, usually set back from the outer walls.
- any specially designed apartment on an upper floor, especially the top floor, of a building.
- a structure on a roof for housing elevator machinery, a water tank, etc.
- Also called pent, pen·tice [pen-tis]. /ˈpɛn tɪs/. a shed with a sloping roof, or a sloping roof, projecting from a wall or the side of a building, as to shelter a door.
- any rooflike shelter or overhanging part.
- shed roof.
- Court Tennis. a corridor having a slanted roof and projecting from three walls of the court.
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- Residents of Champlain Towers South were looking at a $15 million assessment to repair “major structural damage” flagged by engineers, with owners being asked to pay between roughly $80,000 for one-bedroom units to $336,000 for the penthouse.
- When part of the tower fell last week, much of the penthouse apartment went with it.
- Twice he rode the elevator to the penthouse level and walked through an unlocked door to the roof.
- Some of my best memories are practices with my fellow Muses in the penthouse of McCormick with the afternoon sun filtering in.
- In fact, he’s a record producer and label owner rich enough to own a cavernous penthouse whose rooftop pool offers a breathtaking skyline view.
- Then I was the December Penthouse Pet, which is a huge honor.
- He's starting to sound like a schoolboy with a copy of Penthouse.
- Loeb owns a $100 million penthouse on Central Park West and a $50 million yacht.
- I was literally on the 18th floor in a penthouse suite and I really thought about ending it.
- She flew first class, stayed in a luxury penthouse suite and was given money for shopping along with her pay.
- It appeared to consist of a living-room and a scullery, with a patch under the skeleton of a sort of penthouse at the back.
- Over the penthouse thus formed a piece of gauze is placed, and the cage is complete.
- The penthouse, in fact, represented the principal part of its attire, there was nothing else but a little red petticoat.
- In its middle there arose a penthouse, low and irregularly shaped like some organic outcropping of native rock.
- He lies buried—in my name—within the walls of Penthouse Prison.