Definition of Sun parlor
1. Noun. A room enclosed largely with glass and affording exposure to the sun.
Generic synonyms: Room
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sun Parlor
Literary usage of Sun parlor
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Carpentry and Building (1905)
"However, as the sun parlor is built for health as much as for flowers, ... The heating of such a sun parlor is greatly simplified if flowers and plants are ..."
2. Estimating Building Costs by William Arthur (1917)
"Cost of a sun parlor 8 x 12 Ft. sun parlors are often built against the side of an ... TABLE FORTY-EIGHT Detailed Estimate of Cost of sun parlor Brick ..."
3. Estimating Sheet Metal Work by Adolf Hopp, Neubecker, William 1864- (1921)
"154; ten braces for the gutter on the rear porch, three on each side and four in the front and seven braces across the gutter of sun parlor, each 8 inches ..."
4. Indoors and Out: The Homebuilders' Magazine (1905)
"On a clear day it earns the name of" sun parlor," and becomes the mid-day living-room of the home. A feeling of ease and a character half rustic is ..."
5. The Hudson by Wallace Bruce (1901)
"It has also built a sun parlor and Promenade on the roof, literally a glass house with a tower, through which the elevator runs and lands its passengers in ..."
6. The Modern hospital by John Allan Hornsby (1913)
"In this case an elevator should rise directly to the level of the sun parlor. There should also be a toilet-room on the same floor level. ..."
7. American law reports annotated (1921)
"That there was a corridor leading from the living room to a sun parlor with hardwood floor, highly polished and very slippery. That the corridor was 15 feet ..."