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Today's word is belvedere, spelled B-E-L-V-E-D-E-R-E.

Belvedere is a noun that means a structure such as a cupola or a summerhouse designed to command a view. Here is the word used in a sentence from Henry James' novel Roderick Hudson.



"… he chiefly talked of the view from the little belvedere on the roof of the casino, and how it looked like the prospect from a castle turret in a fairy tale."



It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder - and someone with a belvedere will likely have a great deal of beauty to behold. Given the origins of the word, belvedere is the ideal term for a building or part of a building with a view; it derives from two Italian words, bel, which means "beautiful," and vedere, which means "view." The term has been used in English since the 1570s.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]2016-04-27 How to Use a Word 音频已修复

Today's word is belvedere, spelled B-E-L-V-E-D-E-R-E.

Belvedere is a noun that means a structure such as a cupola or a summerhouse designed to command a view. Here is the word used in a sentence from Henry James' novel Roderick Hudson.

… he chiefly talked of the view from the little belvedere on the roof of the casino, and how it looked like the prospect from a castle turret in a fairy tale.

It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder - and someone with a belvedere will likely have a great deal of beauty to behold. Given the origins of the word, belvedere is the ideal term for a building or part of a building with a view; it derives from two Italian words, bel, which means beautiful, and vedere, which means view. The term has been used in English since the 1570s.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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