panorama

[ pan-uh-ram-uh, -rah-muh ]SEE DEFINITION OF panorama

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANORAMA

Since he had quitted the Panorama he felt as though he no longer knew where he was.

And, indeed, such a panorama I can hardly hope to see elsewhere.

A relation of Peter T.'s; why, if he'd been twice the panorama he was we'd have let him in when he said that.

But, strangely enough, they did not even glance at this panorama.

I have but to shut my eyes and the panorama of it is before me.

Palmer and Bedford Tom had all their weight against the frame of the panorama.

The strong arms of Bedford Tom, and Jake soon righted the panorama.

At one place where the panorama exhibited the church was too small.

Jake, grabbing the windlass, soon had the panorama slowly ascending.

The honest German was thereby convinced that the panorama was a good investment.

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