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noun as in plateau

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The front of the Capitol is divided into terraces linked by stairs, and Glover first positioned officers on the middle terrace.

Beyond my pod, I can p-set with my friends outdoors on a terrace, and it’s a major upgrade over our usual p-set Zooms.

In this regimented fall, Blank laments the loss of community rituals — the pep rallies with the Bucky the Badger mascot, and the afternoon crowds that would soak in sun and the sweeping vistas of Lake Mendota from the terrace of Memorial Union.

Because the terraces are open on all sides, they allow air to flow across them naturally.

They could do what one guy did and run a marathon on his terrace during lockdown.

“They would bring them to the terrace and say, ‘You pay or you are his next meal,’” Trapuzzano explains.

The apartment is quarantined but a terrace door was left open so the dog could go outside “to do his business.”

On a New York terrace, there is a dinner dance one balmy summer evening.

We thought of walking on the park terrace along the North River.

“Step into the Void” is the newest attraction on the uppermost terrace of Aiguille du Midi.

The villa and its terrace were built of white stone, but a large portion of the walls was covered with ivy.

In the middle of the warmest room is a round terrace-like elevation, called Gobek-tosh.

We resided at Derby in a terrace on the outskirt of the town, much to my dislike, for monotonous rows of houses I have ever hated.

Before he could say a word she had crossed a little terrace, disappeared through a French window, and vanished into the villa.

She had just begun to think that she had better try the Casino, when down the steps from the upper terrace came three figures.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to terrace, such as: balcony, deck, gallery, patio, platform, and porch.

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