patios

[ pat-ee-oh, pah-tee-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF patios

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Of all patios they declared that mine was the most preposterous and the most jocose in sound.

The patios, or inner courts, of many of the houses have remains of Moorish decoration.

In the meanwhile the patios gave me an inexhaustible pleasure.

In the dry season individuals have been observed in patios, along streams, and by irrigation ditches.

Straight and nearly blank walls now shut them in, for the houses got light from the patios.

Its houses are built on the Eastern plan with patios, their roofs are flat and many have that charming accessory, the miradore.

We were surprised to see the number of foreign flowers grown in these patios.

Down one of these I came from my inn, a quiet narrow place having houses with patios or courtyards on either side of it.

It struck him as significant that all the green shutters were closed and the entrances to the patios barred.

She loved its sheltered courts, its walls of brightly colored tiles, its patios of cypress trees and tinkling fountains.