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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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garretgar‧ret /ˈɡærɪt/ noun [countable]  DHHa small uncomfortable room at the top of a house, just under the roofattic
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garretAt least it wasn't a garret, he would have said, which was the only other thing they'd been offered.People used to go to a garret and paint.Then she turned and flew on winged feet up the narrow stair to take refuge in her garret room.When some mice found the garret, the fir tree was happy for the company.Can they really have discovered the secret of the garret room already?I can't get back to the garret until tomorrow.It is because this garret is at the very heart of Government.You could shut yourself away in this garret all day and never come down.
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