noun, plural ex·e·drae [ek-si-dree, ek-see-dree] /ˈɛk sɪˌdri, ɛkˈsi dri/.
Origin of exedra
Related formsex·e·dral, adjective
Examples from the Web for exedra
To the right of the œcus, at the end of the court, is half hidden a smaller and less obtrusive apartment, probably an exedra.The Wonders of Pompeii|Marc Monnier
The idler in the exedra, meanwhile, was awaiting the speech of her visitor.
The adjoining triclinium, entered by a door from the exedra, had also three paintings, one of which however is almost destroyed.Museum of Antiquity|L. W. Yaggy
In shelter behind the exedra she halted, fended from him by the marble seat.
He led her to the exedra, unslung his wallet and laid it on the lectern before them.