“We laughed at Mexican jokes right on his porch,” Ready said of Pearce.
In a meta moment on Today on Tuesday, Sheen spent some time reflecting on his porch.
She used to miss the trash can when she disposed of her cat litter, leaving a mess on the porch.
As she was walking up the stairs after arriving home, he was standing on her porch with a cellphone flashlight and greeted her.
A neighbor seen hitting his or her head against a porch was just frustrated.
He smiled to see the clematis unfolding its punctual wings about the porch.
I would have it like the porch—not of Bethesda, but of heaven itself.
The "happy effect" described is in the interior of the porch.
Bill was scrubbing the porch, and a farmhand was gathering bottles from the grass into a box.
The school is strictly a court of the Temple, a porch outside the Sanctuary.
c.1300, "covered entrance," from Old French porche "porch, vestibule," from Latin porticus "covered gallery, covered walk between columns, arcade, portico, porch," from porta "gate, entrance, door" (see port (n.2)). The Latin word was borrowed directly into Old English as portic.