multistory

[muhl-ti-stawr-ee, -stohr-ee]
adjective
(of a building) having several or many stories.
Also, multistoried.


Origin:
1915–20; multi- + story2

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Example sentences
Drags on long-distance and multistory data transfers.
It is an unabashedly prosperous place, peppered with lavish multistory tile
  houses, some with elevators and pools.
It would be flanked by multistory office buildings and a giant television
  tower, which would dwarf its minarets.
Larger, multistory, concrete and steel frame buildings sustained rather light
  damage.
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