Loft in a sentence as a noun

The loft-style rooms are now listed on Airbnb for $169 a night.

Back when I lived in the dorms in college, I had a metal loft bed.

My wife and I live in a ~720 sq. foot loft we built inside of an airplane hangar.

Nice loft, great looking secretaries, good free lunch, etc.

I had problems with an airbnber just two weeks ago when they had 50+ people partying in the loft above mine.

Every footstep on the loft floor was suddenly audible.

People had built their own lofts; someone had rigged their door to open automatically when it recognized them.

It was my own private retreat, my sunny, bright, cozy loft that I would melt into on those rare occasions when I wasn't traveling.

Loft in a sentence as a verb

Who am I to build a roller coaster, paint a 20 foot mural, build a loft, hack a PS3, build a crazy device and start a company out of it?

It used to be that you could graduate with a soft humanities degree, rent a shitty loft in a neighborhood like West Oakland and still live pretty well.

The reason being is that the taste of carpenter is not likely to be aligned with the taste of someone needing a piece for his minimalist penthouse loft.

It is worth mentioning, the recipients were all house parties and loft parties, which was our specialty for our previous product - find and discover secret events.

I'm not anti-electric but it does seem we could apply our efforts, natural resources and budgets more effectively to other places, like loft insulation.

Exactly, it seems much harder to blatantly vandalize the home of a like-minded person who personally welcomes you into their home, offers to show you around etc. than the fancy loft of some faceless traveling businessman.

I'd say the man who provides for his family while bootstrapping a business all on his own has a good deal more passion, in more important areas, than the man who abandons his dependents to pretend like he's 21 again and live off pizza and ramen in a SF loft on a one-in-a-million shot while his family is left without his emotional, physical, and financial support.

Loft definitions


floor consisting of a large unpartitioned space over a factory or warehouse or other commercial space


floor consisting of open space at the top of a house just below roof; often used for storage

See also: attic garret


(golf) the backward slant on the head of some golf clubs that is designed to drive the ball high in the air


a raised shelter in which pigeons are kept


store in a loft


propel through the air; "The rocket lofted the space shuttle into the air"


kick or strike high in the air; "loft a ball"


lay out a full-scale working drawing of the lines of a vessel's hull