roof in a sentence

roof meaning:

n.) structure covering the top of a building,

roof sentence:

The roof of my house is red.

The tiles on the roof overlap.

Hailstones rattled on the tin roof.

She dared me to jump off the roof of the garage.

The storm caused the collapse of the roof.

I went up to the roof by means of a ladder.

Some of the roofing tiles came off in the storm and will need to be replaced.

The house whose roof you can see over there is ours.

I burnt the roof of my mout while drinking hot tea.

If the roof of your mouth is narrow, you are more likely to snore because you are not getting enough oxygen through your nose.

The boy frightened away the pigeons from the roof.

The roof of the buildings have a steep slope so that the snow doesn’t build up in winter.

The roof has been made watertight.

Its autonomous cars rely on roof-mounted laser sensors to see the road.

They hooked up a satellite on the roof of their house, and now they can get over 700 different channels.

The Beatles played their last public gig on the roof of the Abbey Road studio in January 1969.

I love the sound of rain on the roof.

Others sat on roofs awaiting rescue as the muck enveloped residential streets.

My dad fell off the roof, and broke his arm while trying to install our new satellite dish.

He was very glad when she offered to help him fix his roof.

They finally found the cat up on the roof.

People were shouting and pointing at the roof of the building where smoke could be seen coming out.

Water was splashing from a hole in the roof.

The house is generally in good shape, apart from the leaky roof.

The burglar made his getaway across the roof.

Let’s strap the bicycles onto the roof of the van, and take them with us.

The pillars couldn’t support the weight of the roof.

He fell down from the roof, and what made the matter worse, broke his leg.

The rain was beating down incessantly on the tin roof.

Water was splashing down from a large hole in the roof.

Firefighters managed to coax the man down from the roof.

The roof of the hut groaned under the weight of the snow.

The unexpected rainstorm caused the collapse of the roof.

These thatched roofs frequently catch fire .

The twister hit the roofs of homes and buildings.

The melting snow began to slide from the sloping roofs.

The holiest of their chapels are topped with gilded roofs.

Rain pattered gently outside, dripping on to the roof from the pines.

The intense heat from the fire had caused the factory roof to buckle.

Construction workers were on the roof, surrounded by highly flammable building materials, when they kindled.