[ US /ˈbæɫkəni/ ]
[ UK /bˈælkəni/ ]
  1. a platform projecting from the wall of a building and surrounded by a balustrade or railing or parapet
  2. an upper floor projecting from the rear over the main floor in an auditorium
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How To Use balcony In A Sentence

  • The neo-classical house features a main doorway framed with Ionic pillars and topped by a balustraded balcony complete with carved stone coat of arms.
  • A half-timbered family hotel with rooms off a creaky wooden balcony running round two sides of a courtyard.
  • Instead he has to head to the balcony's edge and use the grapple on the second floor railing.
  • I could see a column of smoke from our balcony on the tenth floor. Times, Sunday Times
  • Still can spread stick use at outside wall illuminative is small ceramic tile, but the attention does not change balcony outboard color, lest make local lose harmony with whole building.
  • There was the faint echo of voices rolling up to the highest balcony seats.
  • We had drinks on the hotel balcony.
  • Yet it is worth the price of entry for the view from the top-floor balcony, and for the botanical gardens that surround it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Instead of looking up at an empty balcony, audiences can instead see a fake ceiling with a picture of trees reaching up to a moonlit cloudy night. Times, Sunday Times
  • Zlotin heard a lone scream emanate from underneath the balcony, then the chain gun fell silent. CODE BREAKER
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