Attic

usgb/ˈætɪk/Volume
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Storage SpacePlay
The term is often used metaphorically to suggest forgotten or unused items, thoughts, or ideas. SlideHer mind was like an attic, filled with memories collecting dust.
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PrivacyPlay
Attics are private spaces, sometimes used in literature as a secret hideaway or personal retreat. SlideShe retreated to the attic to read her diary without interruption.
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Spooky AmbiancePlay
In stories, attics can have a spooky or haunted reputation, often used to build suspense. SlideThe old attic creaked at night, as if it were haunted by ghosts of the past.