noun, plural en·tre·sols [en-ter-solz, ahn-truh-, en-; French ahn-truh-sawl]. /ˈɛn tərˌsɒlz, ˈɑn trə-, ˈɛn-; French ɑ̃ trəˈsɔl/. Architecture.
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Origin of entresol
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Example sentences from the Web for entresol
In the entresol below lived Camille Desmoulins and his wife in 1792.
The wedding party went back to this apartment—on the second floor above the entresol—for the dner de noces.
I hastened up stairs, sleeping in the entresol, and was at table with my uncle in three minutes.The Chainbearer|J. Fenimore Cooper
The central part is carried up a story and an entresol higher than the wings, and, like the wings, is capped by a balustrade.Holborn and Bloomsbury|Sir Walter Besant
Prime feature of all the year to the little Hamiltons, on the entresol, was their Christmas tree.Zut and Other Parisians|Guy Wetmore Carryl