- n. Plural form of lanai.
“Pacific we try to persuade our dying captain to run for Honolulu, and while I persuade I see myself again drinking cocktails on the cool lanais and fizzes out at Waikiki where the surf rolls in.”
“It's built in the shape of a rectangle, surrounded by deep porches, or lanais.”
“He knew the holoku in the home of its origin, where, on the lanais of Hawaii, it gave charm to a plain woman and double-folded the charm of a charming woman.”
“Don Eovino It has a wine room, pool and spa, a Balinese-style cabana and about 2,000 square feet of covered lanais.”
“It has a wine room, pool and spa, a Balinese-style cabana and about 2,000 square feet of covered lanais.”
“And old men, on cool and balmy lanais, toothlessly maundered to her about”
“But they were artists, with eyes therefore unlike the next batteries of human eyes Ida Barton was compelled to run, and that laired on the Outrigger lanais”
“Rooms on the second and third floors boasted private balconies—lanais, Claire corrected her whenever Bonnie slipped and used the more familiar term—and some had spectacular views of the ocean.”
“The driveway led through an expanse of lawn to a two-story stucco home with lanais bordering three sides.”
“The dining and living areas had vaulted wood ceilings and sliding glass doors leading to lanais overlooking a pool.”
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