ALOFT', adv. a and loft. See Loft and Luff.
1. On high; in the air; high above the ground; as, the eagle soars aloft.
2. In seamen's language, in the top; at the mast head; or on the higher yards or rigging. Hence on the upper part, as of a building.
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