The veranda, or terras, bade fair to become a perpetual joy to us.
The original is in Latin: Velut e cœlo dejectus serpens, virus effundit in terras.
Regnum et id genus hominum——alias in terras avertere jussum.
To the latter section are prefixed the words: 'Has terras calumpniatur abbas de ely secundum breve regis'.
In hundredo de persora habet ecclesia de Westmustier has terras quas tenet Willelmus de bello campo.
A few steps up from the zaguan was a cosy parlour from which a stair led down to the terras.
Being in town the house had no garden; but the terras with its big jars of plants seemed a favourite place for taking the air.