storey

[stawr-ee, stohr-ee]
noun, plural storeys. Chiefly British.
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storey or (US) story (ˈstɔːrɪ)
 
n , pl -reys, -ries
1.  a floor or level of a building
2.  a set of rooms on one level
 
[C14: from Anglo-Latin historia, picture, from Latin: narrative, probably arising from the pictures on medieval windows]
 
story or (US) story
 
n
 
[C14: from Anglo-Latin historia, picture, from Latin: narrative, probably arising from the pictures on medieval windows]

Storey (ˈstɔːrɪ)
 
n
David (Malcolm). born 1933, British novelist and dramatist. His best-known works include the novels This Sporting Life (1960) and A Serious Man (1998) and the plays In Celebration (1969), Home (1970), and Stages (1992)

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Example sentences
They went in from the yard and up to the fourth storey.
There are three light switches on the ground-floor wall of a three-storey house.
Among the shacks, though, rise three-storey brick structures with satellite
  dishes on their tin roofs.
People from these are being moved into new, six-storey buildings.
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