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tallet

/ˈtælət/
noun
1.
(Western English, dialect) a loft
Word Origin
Welsh taflod, from Late Latin tābulata flooring
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  • He had done it once before, and could not get down, and so the tallet was searched.

    Wood Magic Richard Jefferies
  • "I've been nowhere but up in the tallet at master's," replied Jim.

    Trevlyn Hold Mrs. Henry Wood
  • The wall of the tallet is of stone and is very old; the roof is tiled.

    Wildflowers of the Farm Arthur Owens Cooke
  • Growing between the stones of the wall just by the tallet door is the plant I want to show you now.

    Wildflowers of the Farm Arthur Owens Cooke
  • According to the present practice, a miserable “tallet” of bad hay is, in such cases, the winter provision for the cow.

    Cottage Economy William Cobbett

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