In the belvedere she was in constant dread of Cæsar's poison, and it is indeed a wonder that she did escape it.
There was a belvedere, and if we had only brought our blankets!
He turned his horse down the belvedere Road, telling his groom to wait at the corner, and stopped before the lawyer's door.
Near him lay another baron, Pandolfo of the lords of belvedere.
As if one should tie a paper around the ankle of the belvedere Apollo, with the inscription, "This is the ankle."
There is an expansive and impressive view from the belvedere adjoining.
The belvedere assumes various forms, such as an angle turret, a cupola, a loggia or open gallery.
Toward the end of 1547 they were at work on the bastion of the belvedere.
On the day when the Watteville family inaugurated the belvedere, Savaron also was founding a monument.
It is a long climb up to the belvedere of the low white building.
"raised turret atop a house," 1590s, from Italian belvedere, literally "a fair sight," from bel, bello "beautiful" (from Latin bellus "beautiful, fair;" see bene-) + vedere "a view, sight" (see vista). Pronunciation perhaps influenced by the French form of the word. So called because it was used for viewing the grounds.