Definitions

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  • noun A porch.

Etymologies

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porch +‎ way

Examples

  • The house itself faced them: three storeys high, made from clapboard and surrounded by a wide deck-like porchway.

    Final Resting Place of The Pen

  • The easiest point of entry to the villa, it seemed to me, was through a small, diamond-paned window in the porchway.

    The Vesuvius Club

  • The easiest point of entry to the villa, it seemed to me, was through a small, diamond-paned window in the porchway.

    The Vesuvius Club

  • All those people looking back over their shoulders when she stepped into the porchway with Mama and the girls were there to see her.

    The Obedient Bride

  • Beyond him stood Slartibartfast, and beyond them he could clearly see a porchway and a large closed door.

    Life, the Universe, and Everything

  • More important, one of the windows overlooked the porchway leading into the court.

    The Satan Bug

  • He clutched a dressing-gown more tightly about his shivering bulk and managed to prop an eye wide enough open to identify me in the faint wash of light coming from the porchway behind him.

    The Satan Bug

  • He clutched a dressing-gown more tightly about his shivering bulk and managed to prop an eye wide enough open to identify me in the faint wash of light coming from the porchway behind him.

    The Satan Bug

  • More important, one of the windows overlooked the porchway leading into the court.

    The Satan Bug

  • He clutched a dressing-gown more tightly about his shivering bulk and managed to prop an eye wide enough open to identify me in the faint wash of light coming from the porchway behind him.

    The Satan Bug

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