[pawr-ti-kohd, pohr-]


provided with a portico or porticoes.

Origin of porticoed

First recorded in 1655–65; portico + -ed3
Related formsun·por·ti·coed, adjective
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Examples from the Web for porticoed

Historical Examples of porticoed

  • The door of the cottage, porticoed with trellis-work, was in the center of the cottage itself.

    The Miracle Man

    Frank L. Packard

  • And now and then you see a pillared and porticoed great manor-house, embowered in trees.

    Life On The Mississippi, Complete

    Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

  • There was a porticoed gallery on the top of a house some way off; it had a few plants growing in pipkins, and a drying line.


    Vernon Lee

  • A winding path, lined with laurel bushes, led to the arched and porticoed entrance.

  • There was no reminiscence of the usual Southern porticoed gable or columned veranda.