From their resemblance to a dovecote or pigeon house they were called columbria.
As soon as they were inside the dovecote, the two accomplices were not acquainted.
Thither the airy folk came flying every evening as surely as doves to the dovecote.
See you later,' said Demi, swinging himself down at the door of the dovecote.
The dovecote is in the background, in the foreground the pretty French maid feeding the pretty pigeons.
The little kitchen, the poultry-house, the dovecote, were in ruins.
I cannot ascertain the position of the rock Peristereon (dovecote).
He climbed up the ladder, in three steps and as carefully as he could, to the dovecote.
There was a low tower at the south-west corner, dovecote shaped, where the pigeons made their nests and brought forth their young.
We jostled the loungers in a low-caste drinking shop and pushed on to a dark stair that rose like the ladder of a dovecote.