Examples of colonnade in a Sentence
A colonnade surrounds the courtyard.
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Reporters and cameras were positioned to record them strolling along the colonnade to the Oval Office.
There are six of them, evenly spaced along two sides of the colonnade, with three towering plaster-and-steel sculptures commanding strategic positions on the quad.
High property prices suggest popular enthusiasm for Poundbury (a three-bedroom flat in the Royal Pavilion, which imaginatively throws together stone colonnades, ornate ironwork and a triumphal arch, is on the market for £1.45m, or $2m).
The pristine swimming pool is lined by a colonnade of palm trees.
At the same time, workers installed a path of lights along the colonnade that runs between the residence and the Oval Office, so that guests can see the Rose Garden better at night.
On its grounds are two magnificent pools—the marble Neptune Pool, with a Greek temple, colonnade, and statuary, as well as the indoor Roman Pool, which is based on ancient baths and has mosaics inspired by a 5th-century mausoleum.
Leave a Note The hotel has great, 19th-century bones (just look at that colonnade!) and sits across the street from one of the nicest beaches in the state.
Highlights include colorful ceramic tiles produced by California China Products at a plant in National City, 16 bronze and glass chandeliers, arches, wood beams and a 650-long colonnade.
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COLONNADE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of colonnade for English Language Learners
: a row of columns usually holding up a roof
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