Definition of exedra
plural ex·e·draeplay \-ˌdrē, -ˌdrī\ or ex·e·dras
1 : a room (as in a temple or house) in ancient Greece and Rome used for conversation and formed by an open or columned recess often semicircular in shape and furnished with seats
2 : a large outdoor nearly semicircular seat with a solid back
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