Smoke rises above the canopy as gentle chanting rumbles across the jungle floor.
The two SUWU shorties opened fire on what they mistook for rival shorties in a park, huddled under a canopy during a rainstorm.
But the leaves and branches – the canopy it effectively creates -- is made up of solar panels.
After a while, it will seem natural to erect a canopy to shield the worshipers from the elements.
As on the previous night, Jeanne lay long beneath her canopy of red and gold.
The pole and the canopy of the hammock tangled inextricably its occupant.
The figures generally occupy about one half the window height, the rest being given over to the canopy.
The hangings were of crimson velvet, and the canopy of the richest purple.
This chair was about five feet high, covered with cloth of gold, and very richly adorned on its back and sides, but had no canopy.
The sun was shooting over the cliffs a canopy as of smoke above their heads.
late 14c., from Old French conope "bed-curtain" (Modern French canapé), from Medieval Latin canopeum, dissimilated from Latin conopeum, from Greek konopeion "Egyptian couch with mosquito curtains," from konops "mosquito, gnat," of unknown origin. The same word (canape) in French, Spanish, and Portuguese now means "sofa, couch." Italian canape is a French loan word.
c.1600, from canopy (n.). Related: Canopied; canopying.