Facade [noun]

Definition of Facade:

appearance, often deceptive

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Sentence/Example of Facade:

The facade of the building is covered with rows of glowing plastic carolers, a snowman, drummer boys and candy canes, and decked with garlands of evergreens.

A 140-year-old building in Brussels has been refurbished with insulation on the facades and the roof and improved ventilation.

Leonsis draped a facade of Verizon Center with Wall’s image.

Her silvery voice scaled the facade of the building as the setting sun seemed to stall awhile to listen.

Since El-Waylly came forward, the everything-is-perfect facade of the famous test kitchen has crumbled.

The engravings on the north and south outer facades of the Ara Pacis showcase processional scenes with figures who are fittingly clad in their stately garb.

In vain he sought support against one of the porphyry columns at the facade of the mosque.

So one morning she made her way towards the grotesque facade of the humble, silent home where she had spent her childhood.

It has a large brick church with a decidedly Flemish facade, and a detached pagoda-like belfry.

Silhouettes of tall poplars loomed against the blackness; occasionally a lamp revealed the milky blue facade of a house.