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facade
used in Interview with the Vampire

7 uses
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Definition
face or visible appearance
  • The great facade of the cathedral rose in a dark mass opposite the square, but the doors were open and I could see a soft, flickering light within.
    Part 1 (89% in)
  • I heard the staccato of Claudia's steps as she rushed beside me, never once asking me to slacken my pace; and she stood finally, her face infinitely patient, looking up at me in a dark and narrow sheet where a few old slope-roofed French houses remained among the Spanish facades, ancient little houses, the plaster blistered from the moldering brick beneath.
    Part 1 (72% in)
  • And at the same moment I could hear a sound to my left, something scraping, scratching against the facade of the town house.
    Part 1 (99% in)
  • Hurricanes, floods, fevers, the plague-and the damp of the Louisiana climate itself worked tirelessly on every hewn plank or stone facade, so that New Orleans seemed at all times like a dream in the imagination of her striving populace, a dream held intact at every second by a tenacious, though unconscious, collective will.
    Part 3 (1% in)
  • I'd passed its long facade a thousand times, wishing that I could live as a mortal man for one day to move through those many rooms and see those many magnificent paintings.
    Part 3 (97% in)
  • We had turned off the avenue and I could see ahead of me the long row of double columns on the facade of the Royal Museum.
    Part 3 (97% in)
  • In the Rue Royale, where I took Armand past tourists and antique shops and the bright-lit entrances of fashionable restaurants, I was astonished to discover the town house where Lestat and Claudia and I had made our home, the facade little changed by fresh plaster and whatever repairs had been done within.
    Part 4 (13% in)

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