rooftop [roof-top, roo f-] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- the of a building, especially the outer surface.
Origin of rooftop First recorded in 1605–15;+ Examples from the Web for rooftop Contemporary Examples of rooftop
Flash says it after watching Arrow swing off a rooftop; Arrow says it seconds later as he watches Flash run away.
October 7, 2014
We stood on the rooftop of a derelict farmhouse meters away from a Turkish tank and a razor wire fence marking the end of Turkey.
October 3, 2014
Rooftop solar—individual homeowners putting generating systems on their roofs—is also booming in Arizona.
The Daily Beast
September 8, 2014
Shots were fired from the rooftop of the burning building and paramedics said at least five people were killed by gunfire.
May 3, 2014
And in 43 states, utilities are required to buy the power that a rooftop system produces but does not use.
April 24, 2014
Historical Examples of rooftop
It was moved to the edge of the light circle which was the bowl on that rooftop of Urtraria.
He hovered above, and dropped, light as a feather, upon the rooftop.
Miela turned and shouted something to the girls on the rooftop.
Mobs of citizens choked the alleys, and every rooftop was full.
Near by, a light roused a rooster on some rooftop to let out a loud call.
British Dictionary definitions for rooftop rooftop noun
- the outside part of the roof of a building
- shout from the rooftops to proclaim (something) publicly
Idioms and Phrases with rooftop rooftop
see shout from the rooftops.