low-rise

[ loh-rahyz ]
/ ˈloʊˌraɪz /

adjective

having a comparatively small number of floors, as a motel or townhouse, and usually no elevator.

noun

a low-rise building.

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Origin of low-rise

First recorded in 1955–60; on the model of high-rise
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British Dictionary definitions for low-rise

low-rise

adjective

of or relating to a building having only a few storeysCompare high-rise

noun

such a building
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