window glass

NOUN
  1. sheet glass cut in shapes for windows or doors
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How To Use window glass In A Sentence

  • Other glazings are designed to resist explosions or impacts, preventing the window glass from becoming flying shrapnel.
  • The dim light of dawn played lightly on the morning dew which had gathered on the window glass over night.
  • Although not regarded a a major disaster by the insurance industry or local disaster managers, the hailstorm has led to a shortage of window glass and guttering.
  • It is much like looking through a piece of window glass flatwise and endwise; flatwise we do not perceive any color; endwise, from seeing through a greater mass, the glass has a very perceptible green color. Scientific American Supplement, No. 433, April 19, 1884
  • As the dig begins to uncover potsherds, roof tiles, stonework, utensils or even window glass, a picture is beginning to be built up of what a structure may have looked like, or been used for.
  • Install window glass channel and belt weatherstrip seals.
  • I remember its lovely ageing details: the worn red brick, the cockled window glass, the weathered sandstone edgings. 'The Little Stranger'
  • Masons came from France to build a stone church, completed in 675, and glaziers to provide window glass.
  • In 2002, one company was manufacturing self-cleaning window glass; another made a nanocrystal wound dressing with antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties. Michael Crichton discusses his book Prey
  • Liz walked to the window glass and looked out at the doomed hollies. AN OLDER WOMAN
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