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Origin of alcove
Examples from the Web for alcove
We then passed into a second garden, at the top of which is the alcove mentioned by Mrs. Hemans.
Hence it drove over and past their alcove and they remained dry.The Texan Star|Joseph A. Altsheler
When John returned to the door Brother Paul was standing by the alcove gazing with wet eyes on the text hanging above the bed.The Christian|Hall Caine
Uncle Henry said, and rolled back in the shadows of the alcove.The Bad Man|Charles Hanson Towne
Lying almost flat on the steep path, and drawing himself forward, he looked into "The Alcove."The Scouts of the Valley|Joseph A. Altsheler
Word Origin for alcove
1670s, "vaulted recess," from French alcôve (17c.), from Spanish alcoba, from Arabic al-qobbah "the vaulted chamber," from Semitic base q-b-b "to be bent, crooked, vaulted."