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Origin of eave
OTHER WORDS FROM eaveeaved, adjectiveun·eaved, adjective
Words nearby eave
Example sentences from the Web for eaves
All the writing is done at home, in my bedroom, up under the eaves of the house.
Eaves, who has been a cruise passenger in the past, says it is his “duty to the future” to be a catalyst for change.How Much Are the ‘Costa Concordia’ Passengers Entitled to Win—and Who Is Accountable for the Shipwreck?|Barbie Latza Nadeau|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The roofs project far over the eaves, and are held down by rows of heavy stones to keep them from blowing off in wind-storms.Glimpses of Three Coasts|Helen Hunt Jackson
When the Eaves have become strangers at their breeding stations for a long time, the marsh is the place to find them in plenty.Bird Lore, Volume I--1899|Various
Of a sudden the roof falls in with a crash, dome and eaves, and against the sky stands the flaming skeleton of the ruin.Eighteen Months in the War Zone|Kate John Finzi
The night, I found on reaching the street, was cold, the sky where it was visible between the eaves being bright with stars.A Gentleman of France|Stanley Weyman
The drip of the fog from the eaves was the only break in the stillness.The Million-Dollar Suitcase|Alice MacGowan