verandaed

verandaed

[vuh-ran-duhd]
adjective
having a veranda: a verandaed house.

Origin:
1810–20; veranda + -ed3

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veranda or verandah (vəˈrændə)
 
n
1.  a porch or portico, sometimes partly enclosed, along the outside of a building
2.  (NZ) a canopy sheltering pedestrians in a shopping street
 
[C18: from Portuguese varanda railing; related to Hindi varandā railing]
 
verandah or verandah
 
n
 
[C18: from Portuguese varanda railing; related to Hindi varandā railing]
 
ve'randaed or verandah
 
adj
 
ve'randahed or verandah
 
adj

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