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  • The island is almost cut in two near its eastern side by two bays.
  • The central bays on each side provide the main entrance points into the building.
  • A section of the bomb bay door is visible on the top right.
  • A bay is an area of water bordered by land on three sides.
  • A deep channel ran through the center of the bay, following the ancient drowned river valley.
  • A two-story bay on the south side features a "bottle glass" window.
  • The house has multiple gables and a two-story bay on the west side.
  • In the end, this game turned out to be the end of an era in Green Bay.
  • This play appeared to give Green Bay the victory.
  • If their parents protested they were held at bay by police.
  • The main commercial and residential area of the city lies on a small plain near the end of the bay.
  • A second ground has been constructed at Little Bay.
  • A two-story bay projects from the south wall of the house and connects to the sun room.
  • Green Bay in the northwest is its largest bay.
  • A two-story bay window projects from the south elevation.
  • The diesel engine may be located above the frame in an engine bay or under the floor.
  • I could tell by the way he opened up and bayed. Cited from The Last of the Plainsmen, by Zane Grey
  • It also has a two-story bay window and service ell.
  • On the south side is another projecting two-story bay with similarly tall bay window.
  • He was a good looking bay horse with a white snip on his nose.
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Meaning of Bay

  • noun An indentation of a shoreline larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf
  • noun The sound of a hound on the scent
  • noun A compartment on a ship between decks; often used as a hospital
    they put him in the sick bay
  • noun A compartment in an aircraft used for some specific purpose
    he opened the bomb bay
  • noun A horse of a moderate reddish-brown color
  • verb Utter in deep prolonged tones
  • verb Bark with prolonged noises, of dogs