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second story



[sek-uh nd-stawr-ee, -stohr-ee] /ˈsɛk əndˌstɔr i, -ˌstoʊr i/
of or located on the second story or floor.
of or relating to a second-story man:
The theft was a second-story job. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Rouse says with this pretty pattern to look at her second story view is better than ever.
  • The second story developed a bit later than the first story.
  • We can solve this problem by building a second story of standing room on top of the first and wait till that is filled up.
  • Yet then came the second story and this is where things got real strange.
  • He escaped by jumping out a second story window, but broke his ankle in the fall.
  • Soon, there were other rooms adjoining the old travel trailer, then a second story with a patio and tiny third floor.
  • It features a second story with an enclosed private balcony with scenic mountain views.
  • The dining room fills a spacious loft with a partial second story of seating.
  • The sheriff and his family lived in the second story of the building.
  • Half an hour ago workmen finished building a second story deck from composite materials.

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