He sat in an alcove, by a large, polished window of the club.
Dick, spurred by impulse, left his alcove and entered the room.
It was all empty; there was only the great crucifix in the alcove.
The doorway into the alcove bedroom was concealed by a portière.
The piano occupied one corner of an alcove off the large backroom.
We'll have the bottle in the alcove at the head of the stairs.
Ben Aboo had tried to follow them, but he had been killed in the alcove of the patio.
There was no door to my room; it was, strictly speaking, an alcove.
Unable to believe that his delightful experiences were but the memories of sleep he turned to the alcove.
While he mused his eyes were fixed on the alcove at the end of the room.
1670s, "vaulted recess," from French alcôve (17c.), from Spanish alcoba, from Arabic al-qobbah "the vaulted chamber," from Semitic base q-b-b "to be bent, crooked, vaulted."