casement window

  1. a window with one or more casements
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How To Use casement window In A Sentence

  • The large casement windows in his bedroom and the porch off his sitting room offered magnificent views of his treasured landscape.
  • The lack of internal shutters suggests that there may have been leaded casement windows before the double-hung windows were installed.
  • A casement window works like a door, with hinges on one side and the lock and handle on the other.
  • The sun will never swing away from that casement window, for we have abolished time at a stroke, my dearest spirit!
  • Light how pours in through a triple bank of windows and two casement windows beside the fireplace.
  • The grills on each side of the entrance to the main hall were open; that is, the casement windows were thrown back. The Voice in the Fog
  • The timber casement windows are new, but much of the interior wood is original including the window shutters and some panelled doors.
  • Each morning the inside casement windows are covered with heavy moisture.
  • From the casement window of the bedroom I looked out over a profoundly rural scene.
  • Half of it has been pulled down to build a staircase, and the low casement windows are blocked by a lean-to coalshed, making the room so dark that I could barely see the plaster modelling of the wall. Lynton and Lynmouth A Pageant of Cliff & Moorland
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