Examples of veranda in a Sentence
whiling away the afternoon from the inn's wide veranda
Recent Examples of veranda from the Web
The 1914 Pittock Mansion, a French Renaissance Revival-style chateau clad in sandstone, capped with turrets and fronted by a veranda.
Outside, an veranda overlooks the backyard and offers access to the side yard featuring a pool and green space.
All but the basic veranda cabins also come with movies-on-demand, binoculars and coffee makers.
The outdoor space includes a lovely courtyard as well as a large covered veranda with intricate iron railings overlooking the grounds.
To the left is a dining room with a fireplace and a long veranda that leads to a back garden.
The newlyweds stayed in Villa 10, a large four-bedroom property with a pool, private bar and spacious indoor-outdoor entertaining veranda.
Neighbors found her dead from several gunshots to the head and chest, lying on the ground between the front gate and her veranda.
All five bedroom suites have their own private veranda leading straight to the infinity pool.
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Origin and Etymology of veranda
First Known Use: 1711See Words from the same year
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Definition of veranda for English Language Learners
: a long, open structure on the outside of a building that has a roof
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