a porch enclosed with glass or screening or a room with open sides or a row of windows used for sleeping in the open air.
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How to use sleeping porch in a sentence
Greenleaf examined the kitchen, the unoccupied bedroom, the bathroom, and the sleeping porch at the back of the house.
At about one o'clock—or between one and two—she thought she heard a sloppy footstep near the sleeping porch.
Bristow turned off the lights in the living room and went to his dressing room to prepare for bed on the sleeping porch.
When we opened the door down stairs there was no sign of Blanche, but such noise as was issuing from this sleeping porch!Vacation with the Tucker Twins | Nell Speed
Also, as a compromise, he built a sleeping porch on the second story.The Best Psychic Stories | Various