Origin of eave
OTHER WORDS FROM eaveeaved, adjectiveun·eaved, adjective
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How to use eave in a sentence
Larry took that day’s Washington Post, rested it atop the 60-year-old newspaper and put them both back under the eaves.
As he worked one day, he found in the eaves of the porch roof a copy of The Washington Post from a day in 1933.
A corner office in direct sunlight is sweltering, while the conference room under the eaves of the building always requires a sweater.Imitation Is the Sincerest Form of Environmentalism - Issue 90: Something Green|Anastasia Bendebury & Michael Shilo DeLay|October 7, 2020|Nautilus
In one settlement, some of the houses are buried up to their eaves in sand.AI planners in Minecraft could help machines design better cities|Will Heaven|September 22, 2020|MIT Technology Review
We had a water truck on it by that point, so as soon as it went out, we hit the eaves with water and saved the house.
"Now when I says 'eave—'eave," Bindle admonished the porter.Mrs. Bindle|Hebert Jenkins
Such icicles may be sometimes seen a yard long, pendent from any eave or ledge.A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'|Alfred Gatty
The light within the eave was a dusky twilight at the entrance, which failed altogether in the inner recesses.The Antiquary, Complete|Sir Walter Scott
A robin had been perched upon a stone griffin sculptured on a house-eave near.The Nrnberg Stove|Louisa de la Ram (AKA Ouida)
We looked and could see the handle of the key sticking out of the eave over the door.Round About a Great Estate|Richard Jefferies