Recent Examples of archway from the Web
Other co-ops, with Tudor facades, are tucked here and there, like Grand Gardens, on West Grand Street, with apartments that offer archways, moldings and eat-in kitchens.
Meander through archways past towering formations filled with dangling icicles.
Check it out for yourself, below: Bless you, Blake Lively, for subtly admitting there will always be a part of you that wants to pretty-cry with Leighton Meester under an archway in Central Park.
Criminal damage •Graffiti was found Jan. 29 in black spray paint on the shingles of an archway for a bicycle path on Bloom Street.
At Maison & Objet this year, the company ingeniously showcased its muted wall coverings and small geometric prints on a a series of archways.
The yard display includes a Santa photo op in the gazebo; castle princess and carriage; inflatables; lighted trees; lighted archways; Santa on the roof.
On Wednesday morning, several people paused in the airy hall to take in the solemn display beneath the vibrant strings of paper cranes that hung from the archways.
The depot originally had an open forecourt enclosed by arcaded archways on the south side of the property.
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First Known Use of archway
ARCHWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of archway for English Language Learners
: a passage that goes under an arch; also : an arch over a passage
ARCHWAY Defined for Kids
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