[ US /ˈsinɝi/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːnəɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale
    they worked all night painting the scenery
  2. the appearance of a place
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How To Use scenery In A Sentence

  • So far the scenery around her had been thick fur trees and dense foliage.
  • Maybe they should have a little log cabin, a hayride at Halloween, or Christmas scenery.
  • We turned north along the Shyok gorge and passed through some of the most incredible scenery that any of us had witnessed.
  • Go most urgent, is the most beautiful scenery; hurt the most are always the most real emotions.
  • There may also have been some influence from painted scenery used in the theatre.
  • We sat on the top deck and took in some impressive hillside scenery en route. Times, Sunday Times
  • And Mike was hornswoggled enough to replace some of his martial graphics with a picture of some nice mountain scenery.
  • Griffith made me realize something else: I was wondering how to film the exteriors, i.e. how to insert the characters into the scenery.
  • Take in views of the Carmel Valley Hills and enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Monterey pine forests, rocky coastline and vistas of crashing surf, as a chorus of sea lions barks on the rocks.
  • These "Observations" were the first of a series of volumes by Gilpin on the scenery of Great Britain, composed in a poetic and somewhat over-luxuriant style, illustrated by drawings in aquatinta, and all described on the title page as "Relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty. A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century
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