Belvedere [noun]

Definition of Belvedere:

guard; place from which to guard

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Sentence/Example of Belvedere:

At the foot of Belvedere and the little town of Tiburon were house-boats, in which people lived for eight months of the year.

The head of Apollo in our illustration is from a famous full-length statue of the god known as the Apollo Belvedere.

The drawing-room has a belvedere bay, reached from the garden by an external stair, under which is a covered garden seat.

Opposite that, stood my plaster cast of Apollo Belvedere, as indicative of the god of song that reigned over my thoughts and life.

He was tired when we reached the Belvedere Hotel in Baltimore and did not wish to see the newspaper men.

Olive went up the steep path towards the Belvedere, hoping to find her there.

She hoped now above all things to find the black Gascon alone in his atelier near the Belvedere.

And still more refined and genuine was the vapor of the imaginative young girl who died of love for the Apollo Belvedere.

I must walk to regain my composure, therefore I fly to the Alley of the Belvedere.

From the Belvedere two handsome staircases then lead one story higher up to a long gallery.