Examples of porch in a Sentence
The house has a large front porch.
vacationers relaxing on the inn's spacious front porch
Recent Examples of porch from the Web
Bromley sat on his porch Monday in the bucolic enclave, dotted with homes near Pachaug Pond.
The panties and accompanying notes turned up on her front porch and, more ominously, inside her home and on her bed.
When the shots rang out, Stuckey jumped off the porch and tried to run down LaSalle Street, but a bullet struck him in the back of the head, records show.
At the end of a switchback road that winds through Sonoma Valley wine country, the wood varnish has worn from the spot where Robert Mark Kamen still practices karate on his vineyard porch each day.
On April 18, officers watching the area saw a woman, later identified as 46-year-old resident from Rocky River, taking a package off the victim's porch.
Dean said Wagner leaped off the porch and ran for his life, but the person followed and shot him in the leg.
Amazon believes the option could appeal to customers who don’t want packages left out on their porch or those who need to receive an order while away from home.
Stray gunfire killed a 65-year-old woman on her porch.
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PORCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of porch for English Language Learners
: a structure attached to the entrance of a building that has a roof and that may or may not have walls
: an entrance to a building that has a separate roof
PORCH Defined for Kids
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