Definition of breezeway
: a roofed often open passage connecting two buildings (such as a house and garage) or halves of a building
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Department officials say each breezeway in the apartment building had properly serviced fire extinguishers at the time of the fire.
A huge garage that could hold eight Mini Coopers and has epoxy-coated floors sits several feet from the home and can be accessed via a breezeway with ornamental barn doors.
The signs were found behind his garage and in a breezeway between his home and garage.
Firefighters and police responding to 911 callers who reported hearing firearms being discharged at 4221 NW 19th St. discovered Jones laying in a breezeway with apparent gunshot wounds, Lauderhill Police Lt.
Upstairs contains the remaining bedrooms, a large landing with an abundance of space, a separate game room, as well as a large bonus room over the breezeway that has concrete on pan decking and commercial trusses and has a private entry.
Inside the complex this week, residents mingled in breezeways while others walked dogs in a courtyard of patchy grass.
A dogtrot-style structure with two sections separated by a large, central breezeway, it was inspired by 19th-century Texas pioneer cabin design.
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Definition of breezeway for English Language Learners
: a narrow structure with a roof and no walls that connects two buildings (such as a house and garage)
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