noun, plural en·tre·sols [en-ter-solz, ahn-truh-, en-; French ahn-truh-sawl] /ˈɛn tərˌsɒlz, ˈɑn trə-, ˈɛn-; French ɑ̃ trəˈsɔl/. Architecture.
Origin of entresol
Examples from the Web for entresol
I hastened up stairs, sleeping in the entresol, and was at table with my uncle in three minutes.The Chainbearer|J. Fenimore Cooper
She lived apart, in the entresol, alone with Camille and her body-servant Jeanne.Grey Roses|Henry Harland
This is what the young woman on the entresol told me to give you, monsieur, when she went away.Frdrique; vol. 2|Charles Paul de Kock
There is a wonderful cheap world to be found in London, like an entresol between a palatial shop and a magnificent first floor.A Word to Women|Mrs. C. E. Humphry
He would come down from the entresol and talk to his mother quite often.A Family of Noblemen|Mikhal Saltykov