What is another word for veranda?

Pronunciation: [vəɹˈandə] (IPA)

A veranda is an outdoor structure that is often attached to a house and used as a covered patio or porch. Other synonyms for veranda include porch, balcony, deck, terrace, patio, gallery, and loggia. A porch is a covered space at the front or back of a house, while a balcony is a raised platform that juts out from an upper floor of a building. A deck is a flat surface designed for outdoor activities, such as dining or sunbathing, while a terrace is an elevated platform with a view. A patio is a paved area for outdoor seating and entertainment, while a gallery or loggia is a covered walkway or open-air corridor.

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    • Noun, singular or mass
      porch.
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Usage examples for Veranda

But"-Marjorie stopped short in the middle of the veranda-"what do you suppose became of Mignon?"
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester
There's Mignon on the veranda.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester
Two sides were almost entirely taken up by windows opening on a deep-eaved veranda.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee

Famous quotes with Veranda

  • Tinkling sounds came from outside, of hammering and chiselling, as labourers worked like bees, and seven- or eight-storeyed buildings rose in the place of ancestral mansions that had been razed cruelly to the ground, climbing up like ladders through screens of dust. An old mansion opposite the veranda had been repainted white, to its last banister and pillar, so that it looked like a set of new teeth. ... In another sphere altogether, birds took off from a tree or parapet, or the roof of some rich Marwari’s house, startling and speckling the neutral sky. Not a moment was still or like another moment. In a window in a servants’ outhouse attached to a mansion – both the master’s house and the servants’ lost in a bond now anachronistic and buried – a light shone even at this time of the day, beacon of winter.
    Amit Chaudhuri
  • When afternoon came to Vidyasagar Road, wet clothes ... hung from a clothesline which stretched from one side to another on the veranda of the first floor. The line, which had not been tightly drawn anyway, sagged with the pressure of the heavy wet clothes that dripped, from sleeves and trouser-ends, a curious grey water on to the floor, and, especially in the middle, one noticed the line curved downwards, as if a smile were forming.
    Amit Chaudhuri

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