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noun as in covered way

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In the downstairs “Fun Society,” he removed arcade games and pool tables, needing the extra space for more dining tables, separated by plexiglass dividers, and 40 bar stools.

So even though there’s been an uptick in spending on homes and home renovation, it’s not nearly enough to make up for the steep drop in travel, eating out and fun evenings at the ballpark or arcade.

When she started in 1983, Nintendo of America was still a small 70-person company focused on arcade games like Donkey Kong and one-off portables in the Game & Watch line.

Shmup fans like myself were spoiled with originals and arcade ports like R-Type and Blazing Lazers.

Simple arcade workoutThis one’s for the arcade game lovers or those who only track that one big score.

I remember the rush when I even got close to an Asteroids game in an arcade or a pizzeria.

Even though it was a school day—about fifth period, I calculated—the arcade was filled with seventh graders.

Marketing data from the initial field test indicated that the game was being played virtually every minute the arcade was open.

Facebook employees, for instance, can enjoy a free candy shop, a video arcade, or a classic barbershop.

On a boulevard with stacked neon-lit signs blanketing the buildings, Veatch finds the gaming arcade frequented by the Kims.

Not to create too great a stir, Malcolm pulled up both horses at the entrance to the arcade.

Beneath the balcony was an arcade where many seats were disposed among palms and pampas grass.

This type of arcade or window is found in early German work, except that, as a rule, there is a capital under the impost block.

Then, making up his mind suddenly, he went down the arcade and out onto the sidewalk, for spying was not in his nature.

She profited by the moments indecision to flit swiftly out of the ghostly arcade toward the avenue.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to arcade, such as: gallery, mall, walkway, cloister, colonnade, and loggia.

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