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aisle a side section in a church, separated from the nave by a row of pillars or columns. [1/2 definitions]
alley1 a narrow lane giving access to the area behind a row of houses. [1/5 definitions]
amphiprostyle having a row of columns at each end but none along the sides, as an ancient Greek temple.
arcuation a system, row, or grouping of arches. [1/3 definitions]
bingo a game of chance in which markers are placed on numbered squares on a card, in accordance with numbers chosen randomly and announced by a caller, and which is won by placing five such markers in a row.
bookend a support, often ornamental and in a pair, used to prop up the end of a row of books.
column a vertical list or row. [1/5 definitions]
corvette an obsolete sailing vessel that was smaller than a frigate and usu. armed with one row of guns. [1/2 definitions]
double-breasted having the sides overlap each other by a wide margin on the breast or front, and usu. having a double vertical row of buttons, as a jacket or coat. (Cf. single-breasted.) [1/2 definitions]
footlight (usu. pl.) the row of lights at the front of a stage near floor level. [1/2 definitions]
harmonica a small rectangular hand-held wind instrument played by blowing and inhaling air over a set of metal reeds recessed beneath a row of air holes; mouth organ.
hedge a solid row of bushes, often used to mark a boundary. [1/5 definitions]
hedgerow a row of bushes or shrubs that forms a hedge or boundary.
keyboard a row or rows of keys used to operate a piano, typewriter, computer, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
line1 a row of persons or things. [3/19 definitions]
lineup an arrangement of people or things in a line or row, as for identification or inspection. [1/4 definitions]
lotto a game of chance, similar to bingo, in which a leader draws a numbered disk and the players cover the corresponding numbers on their boards, continuing until someone has covered five numbers in a row. [1/2 definitions]
novena in the Roman Catholic church, a religious observance in which prayers are said or services held for a special purpose, on nine days in a row.
oar a long pole, broad and flat at one end, that is used to row, or sometimes steer, a boat. [2/4 definitions]
peristyle a row or series of architectural columns forming an enclosure around a building or open space, or the open space so enclosed, esp. as used in classical Greek architecture or copies of it.
proscenium the part of the theater or stage located between the curtain and the orchestra pit or the first row of seats. [1/3 definitions]