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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]
digital displaying electronic information in a row of numerical digits. [1/5 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.