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wraparound porch

Syllabification: wrap·a·round porch

Definition of wraparound porch in English:

noun

A shallow veranda enclosing two or more sides of a house: three-story million-dollar houses with wraparound porches perched on pilings
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  • The article was titled ‘The connoisseur’ and, just below the title, there was a large picture of Trent in his pinstriped Yankees uniform, standing on the wraparound porch of a giant house, holding a glass of red wine.
  • We pulled up in front of a huge, beautiful blue house with a wraparound porch and swinging benches and flowers all over the place.
  • There was a white picket fence around the neat front yard, and the two-story house had a wraparound porch.

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