How to use veranda in a sentence

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In South Africa a stoep is a raised veranda on which you sit and watch the world go by.
The senior man broke away from the crowd and ran out the back door of the house to wail on the veranda.
A human couple relaxed on a porch swing on the veranda and Max thought the place looked peaceful.
As Mario was on his phone once again, he stood on the veranda with the door closed so no one would hear him.
Thalia stayed against the cool marble wall on the veranda and closed her eyes.
You can also dine outside on the veranda section and enjoy cooling sea breezes.
In traditional Karen bamboo houses, sleeping quarters for guests are on the veranda.
I carried my weight slowly like a steamship, and sat on the veranda, outside this man's shop.
Monitor 33 showed one of the hotel's numerous bars and lounges, this one outside on the veranda.
So we walked back to the village, and as we passed under a shady shop veranda, Max plonked herself down and refused to move.
A small band consisting of two violins, a viola, and a cello played near the large glass doors that led to an outdoor veranda.
The two-storey cabins have dark wooden interiors with wraparound walkways and a large front veranda.
You could then loll on a cool, marbled veranda until lunch at a shaded open-air restaurant overlooking the sparkling sea.
The latter includes a bay window, an Adam-style fireplace with slate hearth and a glass door leading to a covered veranda.
My own veranda in Cockermouth is a larger example, as is the more ostentatious orangery at Brockhole.
On impulse, she tightly took hold of his forearm to streel him out of the school and onto the student veranda.
Then, under a starry sky, we ate chateaubriand at a candlelit table on the lakeside veranda of the hotel, hoping the night would never end.
If you're bound for the horse latitudes, L.L. Bean's Roll-Up Panama Hat sheds water and is as airy as a Bermuda veranda.
Outside the sunroom is a large flagstone patio, partly covered by a veranda.
There is a low light inside the house, which emanates through the front windows and out onto the veranda.
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He found Major Dabney smoking on the hotel veranda, and his welcome was not scanted here, at least.
After the meal they all adjourned to the veranda, where the air was cool and the view extensive.
When he reached the DK bungalow he found Leroux Sahib sitting upon the veranda.
An Eastern tourist would venture out on the windswept and drippy veranda, of a morning after breakfast.
When she finally appeared on the veranda, her face was as dark as a rain cloud.
He went across to the hotel, tied the gelding at the rack, and sat down on the veranda.
It's right over the river, the veranda is, and I clomb onto it, and through the Venetian blind I see the 'ole party.
Sheila, flanked by clothesbasket and workbasket, sat on the veranda mending his shirts.
This veranda has a hipped roof, which juts over the columns in due proportion with the roof of the house over its walls.
As they stepped out to the veranda, the horses recognized Cheyenne and nickered gently.
Her own was near the moonflower that climbed over the tiny veranda and was now in full bloom.
Betty in white by the bougainvillea, Olivia on the veranda in her black and gold.
Abruptly he swung his feet down from the copestone to the floor of the veranda.
Nevertheless he gave Jack another cut that made him jounce at a fearful rate up to the back veranda.
Old Juana appears on the veranda with a pitcher of limeade, made with fresh limes, and Manuel drinks glass after glass.
There was no reminiscence of the usual Southern porticoed gable or columned veranda.
Father and daughter were seated in the arbored veranda at the daily solemn rite of tea.
She lifts the bamboo curtain which hangs before the room at the end of the veranda and passes to her doom.
Also it's safe to draw a sundowner sitting listlessly on a bench on the veranda, reading the Bulletin.
Some three years ago I watched for an hour or two, from the veranda of a house at Suva, a Fijian garden-boy at work.
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