A porch or balcony, usually roofed and often partly enclosed, extending along the outside of a building. Also called regionally gallery.(noun)
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Use "veranda" in a sentence
"They called the area the “White Highlands”; it later became notorious for the decadent lifestyle of some of its titled veranda farmers."
"Their laughing voices charged with excitement beat against the glassed-in veranda like birds and a strange, saltish smell came from the basket."
"Mrs Gildea had settled early to her morning's work in what she called the veranda-study of her cottage in Leichardt's Town."