in the attic

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  • Instead she told me to go up in the attic and play. Cited from Sky Island, by L. Frank Baum [LFB#18]
  • She could not read now, and it was very cold indeed in the attic. Cited from A Peep Behind the Scenes, by Mrs. O. F. Walton
  • A fire started in the attic in the early morning hours and spread throughout the building.
  • This time, however, he sat down in the attic and began to read it. Cited from The Conquest of Fear, by Basil King
  • She later moved, and now works out of a room in the attic of a new house.
  • I tell him in the attic -- up there where they keep the salt. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. I, No. 5, April 30, 1870, by Various
  • The first studio rooms were built in the attic of his parents' house.
  • Never in all their lives were they to forget this moving hour in the attic. Cited from Suzanna Stirs the Fire, by Emily Calvin Blake
  • She was glad, now, that she had put the child in the attic room. Cited from Pollyanna, by Eleanor H. Porter
  • Think of it, I heard some one singing up in the attic! Cited from Plays: incl. The Father, etc., August Strindberg
  • The little room in the attic had just one tiny window high up in the wall. Cited from Tales of Giants from Brazil, by Elsie Spicer Eells
  • He left his mother's body in her apartment in the attic.
  • It is in the attic, is very low and has two windows. Cited from The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss, by George L. Prentiss
  • He did his writing either in his living room or in the attic room that constituted his library.
  • Up in the attic, three little children were playing together. Cited from McGuffey's Second Eclectic Reader, by William Holmes McGuffey
  • I've always had one in the attic of my mind. Cited from Jane Journeys On, by Ruth Comfort Mitchell
  • Now she lived in the attic and looked out on a large plantation. Cited from In Midsummer Days and Other Tales,by A. Strindberg
  • Sometimes for an hour at a time there was silence in the attic. Cited from Martie The Unconquered, by Kathleen Norris
  • Their first days were spent sleeping in the attic of the bishop's small home.
  • And the second night he shared his boy's punishment in the attic. Cited from Quiet Talks with World Winners, by S. D. Gordon
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