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gazebo

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Outdoor, Gardening
ldoce_132_agazeboga‧ze‧bo /ɡəˈziːbəʊ $ -ˈzeɪboʊ-, -ˈziː-/ noun (plural gazebos) [countable]  DLODLGa small building with open sides in a garden, where you can sit and look at the view
Examples from the Corpus
gazeboA gazebo heavy with the scent of jasmine or honeysuckle.This advice also works for decks, gazebos and other outbuildings.On warm sunny days, employees can eat in a sheltered outdoor courtyard near an old-fashioned gazebo.There was an ornate gazebo, large enough for dances, that had commemorated the success of a flavored lip balm.From seaside gazebos to dank concrete bunkers, the production design is brilliant.Hairs from her mink coat had been found in the gazebo by the pond.He sat on the edge of the gazebo, wrung out the sock and dried himself as best he could.
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