Oriel [noun]

Definition of Oriel:

niche, corner

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Sentence/Example of Oriel:

She assured herself of that as she returned to her post in the oriel window.

He asked Raleigh at Oriel to join him, and the boy eagerly accepted.

He sank down on the oriel seat, the letter dropping from his hands.

But Oriel is no longer to rank as one of the moderate-sized colleges.

And she hurried forth to the oriel window, where Jack was already perched.

When8 the news arrived of his success at Oriel he was practising music.

Many conjectures have been made as to the etymology of oriel.

Again was Baker at sea, and again did his glance seek the chandelier and the oriel.

Why didn't you turn into my rooms the other night, when you came in from Oriel?

He must have quitted Oriel, perhaps in company with C. Champernoun, for the purpose.