cupola

[ kyoo-puh-luh ]SEE DEFINITION OF cupola

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From this cupola thousands of icicles of the most varied shapes were hanging.

From here a steep set of steps led to the cupola on the roof.

It hung by the side of the dial in the cupola of the old Town Hall.

Its cupola is decidedly out of proportion to the small body of the structure.

The lofty nest, or Termitarium, constitutes a hillock in the form of a cupola.

But far up in a tall old house, crowned by a cupola, was a girl who did not cry.

First I raps on his cupola with me knuckles, just to ring him up.

There was also an ornamented cross in this cupola, and other crosses in other chambers.

Would to God I had set eyes on her and her only that day under the cupola!

It looks well, by moonlight; how the tin of the cupola glistens!

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