- n. Plural form of alcove.
“Three were in alcoves off the main lobby, in local elevators that went to higher floors.”
“It’s a mix of the traditional and the sacred as we see some of the more fundamental aspects of traditional Iranian music give way to these long hairs who find themselves playing in alcoves and cow farms.”
“Observing close at hand one of those spacious covered seats, called in England "alcoves," Mr. Rayburn was reminded that he had the morning's newspaper in his pocket, and that he might do well to rest and read.”
“I have seen some really nice hanging 'alcoves' ... they tend to have a nice arched look, with a little shelf for candles or something nice ...”
“Masterpiece), and follow the path and in one of the alcoves is another treasure”
“Their ethos (or at least the ethos of those who aspire to Upper-Class Gentilehood) is lovingly enshrined, for instance, in Vanity Fair, with its wide-eyed revelations from the dusty alcoves of Kennedy history and obsessive detailing of the summerings, winterings, and fallings of obscure Eurotrash.”
“A study on sculpting these depths allowed to create a variety of cavities, niches and alcoves.”
“People of all ages were spread out in the front courtyard, inside an urgent care building, and in open air alcoves.”
“Across the grinding party years I mirrored his yearning journey - dissolved under his sedated tongue, towered beside him on stage, clucked in morbid alcoves, blasted desperate fanfares, trembled on his wasted flesh, fell off bar stools, stroked dead hair, pulled sweat blankets closer.”
“The faint lighting revealed that small portable alcoves with individual partitions had been set up.”
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