basement

All Noun
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  • For most of its early history, the basement took one of two forms.
  • The part of the floor lower than the ground can be considered the true basement area.
  • He spent two years in the basement league, before the club won promotion.
  • He kept the company going by selling records from his basement and car.
  • The town hall is also located here, in the basement of the city museum.
  • The basement of the building was used for a school house for a time.
  • Some others may have a split foundation with a full basement below even the lower main living area.
  • There is one floor in the basement, and two above it on both sides.
  • The first floor in some of the non-raised homes subsequently became basements.
  • The student-run newspaper, for example, has both its business office and production room in the basement.
  • Then he went down into the basement and shot himself.
  • Since its opening the library itself has only been on the first floor, and in later years the basement.
  • It contained about of floor space, including the basement but not the tower.
  • After all, a building with only a basement is very limited.
  • It can be seen through the windows of the building's basement.
  • Construction began with works to the existing District line station at sub-basement level.
  • Some children usually go to basements and other places that are quiet.
  • Sweeney finally started making games out of his parents' basement where he lived.
  • Even now the vast majority of basements in nearby houses are built from this material.
  • It was a two story brick building with a four story tower and a stone basement.
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Words starting with basement

Synonyms of basement

Meaning of basement

  • noun The lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level; often used for storage
  • noun The ground floor facade or interior in renaissance architecture