Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Furnished with an awning.

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  • adjective having an awning.

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  • adjective covered with an awning

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Examples

  • Each day, in this delightful weather, Wada, under Miss West's instructions, brings him up in his box and places him out of the wind on the awninged poop.

    CHAPTER XVII

  • He would have to trust to his luck that while he ran from the bushes to the awninged back door, no one upstairs was gazing into the backyard.

    Naked Cruelty

  • Eurostar disembarks from London and the glass awninged roof resembles a smudged glass umbrella. .surely Americans would know the Gare du Nord?

    March 2008

  • Eurostar disembarks from London and the glass awninged roof resembles a smudged glass umbrella. .surely Americans would know the Gare du Nord?

    Welcome Guest Blogger Cara Black!

  • Hanging over the steep corner of River and Pulaski, it was a tiny, white, shuttered and awninged Cape that gave up to Lyszko & Son Vegetables and Fruits what most people would have used as their front room.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Hanging over the steep corner of River and Pulaski, it was a tiny, white, shuttered and awninged Cape that gave up to Lyszko & Son Vegetables and Fruits what most people would have used as their front room.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Hanging over the steep corner of River and Pulaski, it was a tiny, white, shuttered and awninged Cape that gave up to Lyszko & Son Vegetables and Fruits what most people would have used as their front room.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • They are great, splendid establishments, with wide, overhung, awninged terraces, and potted plants and electric lights and gold and tinsel, and mixed drinks and ices and sorbets, and all the epicurean cold things which one may find in the best establishment in Paris.

    The Automobilist Abroad

  • The music, the dancers, the little crystal-laden supper-tables, the final romp all passed in a kaleidoscopic dream before her, and only the wintry night wind beating upon her in a frigid blast, as she stepped from the awninged passage-way to the limousine, awakened her to a sense of reality.

    The Fifth Ace

  • Wide piazzas flanked the house on every side, screened and awninged from the sun and wind and rain.

    In Her Own Right

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