balcony

[ bal-kuh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF balcony

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BALCONY

He sat down on the edge of the balcony and stared out blankly.

Christine and Palmer Howe came in to see her, and to inspect the balcony, now finished.

Christine had stepped out on the balcony, and was speaking to K. just inside.

At first, by the aid of the furniture, she was able to get to the balcony.

She did not even go to the balcony, or to the window, as before.

Until now he had kept his place in the remote corner of the balcony.

On this second thought he went out into the balcony again and had another look.

He stepped out on to the balcony, and then came quickly in again.

This exclamation warned Massot that Duthil did not wish to leave the balcony.

In the morning, when I awake, I sit by my window and direct my lorgnette at her balcony.

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