Examples of veranda in a Sentence
whiling away the afternoon from the inn's wide veranda
Recent Examples of veranda from the Web
Leaving the mansion from the rear veranda, homeowners can walk along a brick path directly to the river.
Other outdoor hot spots include a gazebo, veranda and fountain.
Harper’s Garden’s wooden veranda covers seating for 100 at full-service dining as well as high-tops for drinks/snacks.
Grant and his wife presided over the first large Decoration Day ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery from the veranda of the home once owned by Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, Broadwater said.
Speaking to NBC News over eggs and avocado on the veranda of his spacious Vienna apartment, Hübner recounted his time in Parliament.
Brother Reilly had given him a short tour of the public areas—the chapel, the guest parlor, the dining hall—and then escorted him to the front veranda, where the other postulants had gathered to admire the grounds.
In the warmer months, pick a table in the covered veranda or outdoors on the patio.
This year, volunteers will gather at 8:30 a.m. on the veranda of Lake Katherine’s nature center.
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Origin and Etymology of veranda
VERANDA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of veranda for English Language Learners
: a long, open structure on the outside of a building that has a roof
VERANDA Defined for Kids
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