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The porticoes of all these buildings formed a continuous colonnade by the side of the street.
THE TOWNS OF ROMAN BRITAINJAMES OLIVER BEVAN
Heard from granite colonnade or beneath cool linen awning, it was mellowed by distance, to monotonous music.
GREAT MEN AND FAMOUS WOMEN. VOL. 3 OF 8VARIOUS
Through a magnificent colonnade I could see a second court on one side, where were the offices; the door was rotting.
HONORINEHONORE DE BALZAC
The background, too, that colonnade “leading nowhither,” is characteristic of the change in the manner of regarding things.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
While pacing the colonnade one afternoon, there appeared to him a female form of superhuman size and beauty.
MASTERPIECES OF MYSTERY, VOL. 1 (OF 4)VARIOUS
A peristyle that has one such higher colonnade is called a Rhodian peristyle.
TEN BOOKS ON ARCHITECTUREVITRUVIUS
The south front, towards Pimlico, will form the general entrance to the palace, a concave circular Ionic colonnade and lodges.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION, VOL. 10, ISSUE 278, SUPPLEMENTARY NUMBER (1828)VARIOUS
But the baptistery has stronger traits of the Gothic style in the pinnacles that crown the encircling colonnade.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. II (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
A term applied to a secular building, or a court, which is entirely or for the greater part surrounded by a colonnade.
HISTORY OF ANCIENT ARTFRANZ VON REBER
An extended colonnade, usually adjoining a public place, and affording protection against the heat of the sun.
HISTORY OF ANCIENT ARTFRANZ VON REBER
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO COLONNADE

  • arcade
  • atrium
  • balcony
  • colonnade
  • patio
  • piazza
  • stoa
  • terrace
  • veranda
  • verandah
  • walkway
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