noun, plural ex·e·drae [ek-si-dree, ek-see-dree]. /ˈɛk sɪˌdri, ɛkˈsi dri/.
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Origin of exedra
OTHER WORDS FROM exedraex·e·dral, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for exedra
F, F, exedra in which there were seats for the philosophers to hold their conversations.History of Sanitation|John Joseph Cosgrove
Lounging on an exedra was a young woman in a woolen chiton, barefoot and trifling with the Greek ampyx that bound her golden hair.
Laodice flung her hands over her face and shrank in an agony of shame down upon the exedra.
The exedra is also adorned with many other paintings and ornaments which it would be too long to describe.Museum of Antiquity|L. W. Yaggy
The large exedra at the southern side contains on the ground-floor a vast central saloon, and two side rooms.Old Rome|Robert Burn