frontage[ fruhn-tij ]SEE DEFINITION OF frontage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRONTAGE
A hole was dug in the ground, with a frontage toward the wind.
In the average case this amount of frontage covered is about 1/20 of the range.
The lot has a frontage of seventy-five feet, and a depth of sixty-seven feet.
Dearly the Germans were made to pay for every foot of frontage.
The palace measures on the ground-floor 265 feet in frontage and 120 feet in depth.
It has a frontage of 50 feet, is 31 deep, and has three doorways.
Thirty-two were seen on its frontage, the work of a Swiss clockmaker.
The building is a parallelogram in form, with a frontage of 335 feet.
It is evident that formerly there was some crest affixed to the frontage.
The frontage of the whole was about 165 feet, by a width of 18 feet.