noun. ['ˈflɔr'] the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure).
- dance floor
- truck bed
- horizontal surface
- bell deck
- natural object
Words that Rhyme with Floor
Example sentences of the word floor
1. Noun, singular or mass
Pull your chin up toward the bar as your elbows bend and point toward the floor.
Quotes containing the word floor
1. We came to see Jace. Is he alright?""I don't know,"Magnus said. "Does he normally just lie on the floor like that without moving?
- Cassandra Clare, City of Ashes
2. Daddy was hilarious. He could take the most mundane event and tell it so that we all on the floor laughing. He trained me in the joys of humor.
- Karen DeCrow
3. I wanted to write a very simple story about a boy, a wolf, a girl, a bear and a forest, so I thought I might set it in the past. I didn't realise that it went back to when I was 10: I used to love the Stone Age when I was a kid and wanted to live in it, and I got rid of my bed and slept on the floor, but I didn't remember it.
- Michelle Paver
noun. ['ˈflɔr'] a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale.
- mezzanine floor
- ground floor
- ground level
- first floor
noun. ['ˈflɔr'] a lower limit.
- wage floor
- price floor
noun. ['ˈflɔr'] the ground on which people and animals move about.
- solid ground
- dry land
noun. ['ˈflɔr'] the bottom surface of any lake or other body of water.
- Earth's surface
noun. ['ˈflɔr'] the legislative hall where members debate and vote and conduct other business.
noun. ['ˈflɔr'] the lower inside surface of any hollow structure.
- Earth's surface
verb. ['ˈflɔr'] knock down with force.
- knock down
noun. ['ˈflɔr'] a large room in a exchange where the trading is done.
- trading floor
noun. ['ˈflɔr'] the parliamentary right to address an assembly.