Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
A roofed structure that offers an open view of the surrounding area, typically used for relaxation or entertainment.
summer house, pavilion, belvedereView synonyms
- ‘The first step was to level the area where the gazebo would be located and set the support columns in concrete.’
- ‘He had been roaming the area surrounding the gazebo for a few hours.’
- ‘Amidst the drab surrounds, brightly coloured gazebos intersperse the park - home to about 44 photographers.’
- ‘One rainy day, she asked Ryan to come over and they sat in the garden, under the shelter of a gazebo.’
- ‘Hidden among the explosive greenery are waterfront and hillside cottages, and palm-thatch gazebos where guests are taking dinner.’
- ‘With breath-taking vistas, the pool garden features a swimming pool, three spas and ornate gazebos.’
- ‘As I turned to face him, our surroundings melted and we were in a gazebo in a garden.’
- ‘It's the perfect choice for awnings, umbrellas and casual furniture cushions, as well as privacy screens and outdoor draperies for porches and gazebos.’
- ‘Custom weathervanes, fireplace grills, chimney caps and cupolas for gazebos and homes are commonly ordered from custom metal fabricators.’
- ‘Without waiting for him to respond I got up from my seat and hurried out of the gazebo towards the house.’
- ‘In a different kind of garden some of these pieces might take on the character of the gazebos and temples that dot landscape gardens.’
- ‘That facility comprises a chapel, a crematory, gazebos and an operations office.’
- ‘There are impressive patio areas, gazebos and manicured lawns back and front with landscaped borders scattered throughout.’
- ‘Garden features include a gazebo, brass water feature, two paved patio areas and raised flowerbeds.’
- ‘With more than a mile of walking trails, eight bridges, six small gazebos, one large gazebo and the Redlin Pavilion, guests of the park will be invited to stretch their legs, walk their pets, have a picnic or simply enjoy nature.’
- ‘Along the lakefront a curving sweep of barberry and daylilies terminated at gazebos overarched by old apple and willow trees.’
- ‘You can have your meal inside the building, at one of the six gazebos or in its garden.’
- ‘Last but not least will be the 300 purveyors of what the catalogue describes as ‘horticultural sundries’ - everything from garden tools to gazebos.’
- ‘They sat beneath the moonlight in the gazebo, the garden around them alive in the night.’
- ‘They were caught after turning into a dead end and hitting a gazebo in a garden.’
Mid 18th century: perhaps humorously from gaze, in imitation of Latin future tenses ending in -ebo: compare with lavabo.
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.