Examples of awning in a Sentence
stayed under the awning outside the shop during the rainstorm
Recent Examples of awning from the Web
Lost in the large crowd, you are treated to a dizzying array of sensory stimulants: the rapid voices of vendors, the bright colors of awnings and signs, the nip of the evening air on your skin, the tantalizing swirl of competing cooking aromas.
Boca Raton resident Danielle Pustilnik's husband noticed a loose awning slamming into their window during the storm.
But the scene of convivial leisure beneath the restaurant’s red-striped awning turned into a logistical headache for the 39-year-old artist, who started the work in the late summer of 1880 and completed it the following year.
The $100,000 Range Rover Sport pulls up to the building's baronial awning.
But that sum would only cover the initial phase of restoration, which will involve fixing the roof gable and awning, and tightening the frame of the building with earthquake straps and turnbuckles.
Nowhere are more small businesses affected than at the white-brick-and-red-awning Spring Center, just north of East-West Highway.
Screened porches, carports and awnings are of similar materials.
The storm also destroyed hundreds of homes, trailers and RVs, along with knocking down awnings over businesses and breaking off gas pumps.
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Origin and Etymology of awning
First Known Use: 1582See Words from the same year
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