- n. alternative spelling of veranda.
- n. a porch along the outside of a building (sometimes partly enclosed)
“When one does not wish to receive, the fore verandah is not so lighted.”
“Mrs Machik has a perfect mania for tidiness, but she endures with the kindest forbearance the litter of our treasures scattered in verandah and apartment.”
“The verandah is paved with marble, and disposed in it are numerous small tables, chairs, and lounges.”
“Beyond the verandah is a square lawn, fenced off with rose bushes all around the edges in raised garden beds and a raised boxed vegetable garden on the right side.”
“In the verandah, which is formed of mats, two handsome youths, and five women in green, red, and orange chemises, all with leis of ferns round their hair, are reclining on the ground.”
“For my part, my verandah is the comfort of my life.”
“The verandah was a dozen feet from the ground, and the dark passage below, leading to the gate, was deserted.”
“Hummil turned on his heel to face the echoing desolation of his bungalow, and the first thing he saw standing in the verandah was the figure of himself.”
“One of the customers waiting in the verandah was a bearded priest, with black bombazine frock and white topee; a Celt for certain by his hand and eye; and by his polite manners and intelligent expression a Jesuit, I would guess; and there were two ladies -- spinsters and country bred I'd say, and poor, to judge by pale, lined faces and the look of wear about their pith hats and sun-faded dresses.”
“The verandah was a very important feature of the house, thickly overhung as it was with palms, bananas, and other tropical verdure.”
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