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  • Waters has one of his men show her to him on a balcony above.
  • Many of these cars also include outside balconies on either the upper or lower level.
  • In the 19th century the balconies were closed off to provide office space.
  • The building has a balcony running around three sides of the interior.
  • The shows often put on there are also very visible from the balcony.
  • The residents have also done over their balconies to create an extra room.
  • There were no balconies under its windows, except on the lake side. Cited from The Girl in the Golden Atom, by Raymond King Cummings
  • The theatre originally had two balconies and a large stage with a small fly tower.
  • In the dining room area one may walk through a door leading to the balcony.
  • Above this, a balcony looks down on the dance floor and stage from three sides.
  • It must be noted, however, that the use of more than two balconies is very rare. Cited from The Works of Aphra Behn, Vol. I (of 6), by Aphra Behn
  • The building is divided into three levels (more a raised plan and a balcony).
  • There are small cast-iron balconies outside the first-floor windows.
  • The remaining seats are placed in three balconies above and along the sides of the main floor.
  • Father stood up in the last seat of the second balcony, and I went down on the stage.
  • Individual cast iron balconies in the same style are set in front of each window at second- and third-floor level.
  • The top row of the balcony seats was six stories above the stage.
  • The second floor has a balcony with three windows; it is now closed off by a glass wall.
  • In addition, he is only able to jump from one balcony to another.
  • We just jumped over this balcony down onto the floor and ran up there.
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Words starting with balcony

Synonyms of balcony

Meaning of balcony

  • noun An upper floor projecting from the rear over the main floor in an auditorium
  • noun A platform projecting from the wall of a building and surrounded by a balustrade or railing or parapet