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cockloft

A garret under a roof, above the highest ceiling. Also see loft, 2.
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At some stage, Brooker-Carey is considering reinstating the large middle gable, thought to be a cockloft for pigeons, in the attic, although he will need at least pounds 20,000 to fund it, and he knows it would be another huge undertaking.
Much of the discussion that led to the papers took place at Mount Pleasant, the home of Gouverneur Kemble on the banks of the Passaic near Newark, N.J.; in the papers, it was called Cockloft Hall.
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Rogacz said the older-type construction didn't slow the spread of the fire, and said there was heavy fire in the cockloft, a three-foot-high void between the top of the five-story building and the roof.
7, traveled to the third floor, and then to the cockloft.