colonnade[ kol-uh-neyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF colonnade
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLONNADE
Chebron passed out on to the colonnade, following Mysa and Ruth.
The colonnade in the centre of the court was erected by Tahraka.
I have paced the colonnade for more than an hour, waiting the coming of this spy.
He came out to the colonnade holding it in his arms, and calling for a messenger.
The height of the columns was equal to the width of the colonnade, about sixteen feet.
He moved away quietly, hidden by the shadows of the colonnade.
He was coming from the colonnade with a tray of refreshments when he saw me in conversation with her.
Some day I hope to have enough money to stop at the Colonnade.
I found my father under the colonnade, and inquired of him if Anderson was there.
Under a colonnade, which surrounded the house, a lady was reclining upon a couch.