[ UK /fˌɛnɪstɹˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. surgical procedure that creates a new fenestra to the cochlea in order to restore hearing lost because of osteosclerosis
  2. the arrangement of windows in a building
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How To Use fenestration In A Sentence

  • The architects have responded positively to the museum's neighbour, applying the regular pattern of its fenestration to the adjacent administration offices.
  • The film is riotous good violent fun, with spectacular explosions, all manner of shootings at close range, garrotting, defenestration and several other creative methods of annihilation.
  • The building would be a one and a half storey rectangular block, with some local stone finish and extensive fenestration in the front and gable elevations.
  • Is the throwing of the pumpkin off the balcony referred to as the defenestration of the pumpkin? Minimalist Christmas Update « knitnut.net
  • It may even represent an early form of skull fenestration for jaw muscles.
  • Some workers suggest that this lack of fenestration is a secondary condition and that turtles should be placed in the Diapsida, but the diapsid vs. anapsid controversy is far from settled.
  • This fenestration appears to ameliorate the postoperative course and diminish the incidence of postoperative effusions.
  • Remember: the autodefenestration that Froomkin describes took place, for the most part, outside the classroom. posted by Eric 11: 46 AM | IsThatLegal?
  • This is never fun, even for fans that have spent months clamoring for the defenestration of some coach or GM or other.
  • I didn’t know there was a word defenestration, or that it actually meant “the act of throwing something out of a window.” Minimalist Christmas Update « knitnut.net
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