She then quietly makes her way back to the veranda and lights another cigarette as if the last five minutes never even happened.
“God Bless You,” read a hand painted banner hung from a veranda on handsome Flamengo beach.
The veranda, roofless and open to the bitter blue sky where the seasonal gu rains sputter, serves as a makeshift neonatal ward.
The kind of suit that suggests sipping mint juleps on the veranda or Campari in a Roman piazza.
In the doorway of the dining room she paused to look back at the veranda.
After the meal they all adjourned to the veranda, where the air was cool and the view extensive.
The rear wall has a door opening on a veranda, beyond which is seen a landscape.
After dinner they went out to the veranda and the gentlemen smoked.
He sat just in the middle of the top step of the veranda, and his air was that of an endowed and settled institution.
Having said this, Mr. McAndrew rose and began pacing the veranda.
1711, from Hindi varanda, which probably is from Portuguese varanda, originally "long balcony or terrace," of uncertain origin, possibly related to Spanish baranda "railing," and ultimately from Vulgar Latin *barra "barrier, bar." French véranda is borrowed from English.