American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A roofed, open-sided passageway connecting two structures, such as a house and a garage.
- n. A structure with a roof and open sides that connects two buildings.
- breeze + way (Wiktionary)
“The breezeway was the same room where she had often spoken to me on the telephone while watching TV or painting her nails or drying her hair.”
“A breezeway was the only air conditioning they had back then.”
“Or rather, onto a little open-sided but roofed passage called by some, I believe, by that awful word breezeway.”
“I haven’t read the Twelve Days of my absence from CBG yet - the lounge room here has Air Con but the internet Nook in the breezeway has been an oven without the breezes, hence my disinterest in faffing … last I heard she said something about camping.”
“Frequent image posting is a very rare phenomenon here (that is, if someone said "posts lots of images", I'd have thought, until now, "breezeway", whereas when you say "telling people to shut up", I think ... oh, so many people.”
“All the children were milling about on the front steps and breezeway.”
“Pictured here is the breezeway between the master bedroom and the living spaces.”
“The building is designed with plenty of dual function: exposed rafters provide additional storage, a dining-room cabinet doubles as an outdoor tool shed and the library windows roll open to convert the interior into a breezeway.”
“Close to the road, each house they passed had a square yard, one tree, a breezeway.”
“But her euphoria only lasted until just before sunset, when they entered a breezeway and heard the drums that signaled their impending arrival in Adventureland.”
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As in routes, avenues & tracts. Omitting, e.g., halfway, anyway, sideways, folkway, Haddaway. (many of those are found thisways)
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