Reports leaked that Armie Hammer, Taylor Kitsch, and garret Hedlund were being seriously courted for the part.
Alan Cumming and garret Dillahunt star in Any Day Now, a film about a gay couple trying to adopt a mentally disabled child.
I retreat to my garret when I write a novel, especially toward the end.
Lucas Neff told me that he has a hard time keeping a straight face with you and garret Dillahunt.
I thought of the other boy, the one garret killed who rode with the Kid.
Perhaps she and Patty laughed a little over it as they packed it away in the garret.
Of course it must be the same thing that made him take to the garret and hide there!
They fill'd ivery corner awm sure, Throo th' garret to th' kitchen below.
"All her old playthings are up in the garret," he said, as they rose from the table.
Set them into our room, and after they are unpacked we'll put them into the garret.
c.1300, "turret, small tower on the roof of a house or castle," from Old French garite "watchtower, place of refuge," from garir "defend, preserve," from a Germanic source (cf. Gothic warjan "forbid," Old High German warjan "to defend"), from Proto-Germanic *warjanan, from PIE root *wer- "to cover" (see warrant (n.)). Meaning "room on uppermost floor of a house" is from early 14c. See attic. As the typical wretched abode of a poor poet, by mid-18c.