To provide or cover with a ceiling.(verb-transitive)
Nautical To provide (a ship) with interior planking or lining.(verb-transitive)
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Use "ceil" in a sentence
""We're locked in some kind of holding ceil, probably awaiting orders.""
"The owls knew how to launch their bombs upward against an opponent pinned against the ceil - ing, so "upsmanship" was not the only strategy."
"Most newer CPUs have various built in functions for round, floor and ceil all of which are variants of the standard round we all know."