three-story three-storied three-storey three-storeyed
low-rise low-rise adj. Lower than the highest heights; -- used of buildings of one or only a few stories; as, a low-rise apartment building. [Narrower terms: {three-story, three-storied, three-storey, three-storeyed}] {high-rise} [WordNet 1.5]

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