Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [ɹ'ufs]
His first studies in his art had been directed to roofs.
Too precipitous on which to build houses, it rose far above the surrounding roofs of Peking.
The boy's view of Richmond was in truth brief, as before night he saw its spires and roofs fading behind him.
One of these leaves, larger than the others, roofs it in and serves as a scaffolding for the whole of the ceiling.
In an instant he had swung himself over and was running down the roofs of the cars, silhouetted against the cloudy sky.
"Why not break 'through the ends of all the cars--so we can get back and forth without having to climb over the roofs!"
And they wondered at that mighty city, with its roofs of burnished brass, and long and lofty walls of marble, with strong palisades above.
Amos turned back into the darkening pine knoll, and Chris pushed his way out to the narrow steep ledge, hanging high above the roofs of Peking.
She had tried to put them one side that she might look out when she awoke, but she could see only chimney-pots and grimy, irregularly tiled roofs.
It was he who taught the people how to build better houses and how to hang their doors on hinges and how to support the roofs with pillars and posts.