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garret

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[ gar-it ]
/ ˈgær ɪt /
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noun
an attic, usually a small, wretched one.
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Origin of garret

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1300–50; Middle English garite watchtower <Old French garite, guerite watchtower, derivative of garir, guarir to defend, protect; see garrison

OTHER WORDS FROM garret

gar·ret·ed, adjective

Other definitions for garret (2 of 2)

garret2
[ gar-it ]
/ ˈgær ɪt /

noun, verb (used with object) Masonry.

Origin of garret

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First recorded in 1835–45; of uncertain origin
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British Dictionary definitions for garret

garret
/ (ˈɡærɪt) /

noun
another word for attic (def. 1)

Word Origin for garret

C14: from Old French garite watchtower, from garir to protect, of Germanic origin; see wary
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