- adj. 高的；崇高的；高级的；高傲的
- n. (Lofty)人名；(英)洛夫蒂
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1. lift => loft => lofty.
- lofty (adj.)
- "exalted, of high rank," early 15c.; also "with a high purpose," from loft + -y (2). From early 14c. as a surname. Literal sense of "high" is attested from 1580s. Related: Loftily; loftiness.
- 1. Victorian houses can seem cold with their lofty ceilings and rambling rooms.
- 2. The room was light and lofty compared with our Tudor ones.
- 3. A mackerel sky and mares'tails make lofty ships carry low sails.
- 4. I didn't like her lofty treatment of her visitors.
- 5. Lofty derricks dot the landscape in an oil field.
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